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Gaps in between layers in layer veiw

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Hello everyone,

I'm not sure if anyone has experienced this problem before or if anyone knows of a way to fix it but, one of the

models I'm trying to print seems to have gaps in between layers when shown in layer view. I tried printing it last night and it was a mess.

I've posted 2 images of the gaps in layer view. The model seems water tied and i ran it through netfabb to check the model wasn't busted in anyway and that didn't show me anything problems.

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Cheers

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