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michel000

Cura no infill created

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Hi Everyone,

im have big cube shaped part to print around 90x80x300mm with some holes in it.

When i load this in cura and set infill to 100% everything is fine and it shows me +/- 16 hours printing time.

When i set infill to any other value for example 50 it doesnt show infill in the layer view and and it doesnt generate Gcode for the infill, printing time is around 2 hours and doesnt change if i change the % of infill.

Also the top of the object is not filled (it is when i set infill to 100%)

im using Cura 15.04.3

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Check if you have the spiralize option set in expert settings. If I remember correctly spiralize will not allow infill. Since you mention that it does not fill top you might also have that option unchecked in expert settings. Did you by chance print a vase before?

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