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Posted · Cura normal vs layer view issues

Good day

Been working on a few things for the Christmas holiday and have encountered an issue that haven't seen before.

Normal view for cura shows entire model as it should be, later view shows something very different.

Modeled in Maya, exported as stl, checked in netfabb. Other designs I have done do not show this.

Any ideas?

Wall thickness is set to.8

.4 nozzle

speed at 40

100% infill.

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Posted · Cura normal vs layer view issues

Hi

Try :

Wall thickness 0.4 mm

if it don't work trying to expand the model.

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Posted · Cura normal vs layer view issues

Hi

Try :

Wall thickness 0.4 mm

if it don't work trying to expand the model.

 

Thanks Rigs

Moving Wall thickness to .4 and adjusting model size seems to have remedied the problem. Thanks!

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