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Cura does NOT generate skit if brim or raft is enabled.


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Posted · Cura does NOT generate skit if brim or raft is enabled.

I've tried various versions of 15.x.x Cura for Linux 64 bit.  When I look at the views/layers I can see if skit and brim are being generated in the Gcode.  If under "Support" any Platform adhesion type is selected (brim or raft) NO Skirt will be generated REGARDLESS of what settings you've made in the Expert Config menu for Skirt Line count or Start distance.

Once you turn off the Platform adhesion type (set to None), THEN SKIRT is generated.  Slicer lets you generate BOTH skirt and brim, (and it has a bug in that it lets the two run into each other if you have the diameter and distance settings wrong).  It seems that Cura may be trying to perform a test to see if the Skirt will run into the brim or raft and not print the Skirt if it does, but that test ALWAYS fails and no Skirt is printed, EVEN if it would be safe to do so.

I haven't gone back in time to try any Cura 14.x.x versions, but from postings on this forum I suspect this bug is in those versions also.

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    Posted · Cura does NOT generate skit if brim or raft is enabled.
    We don't support both at the same time. I don't really see a reason to do so

    Well, that makes good sense not to use both, because thats just Waste of filament.

    I had same question, until i realized that there was no logic to use both.

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    Posted · Cura does NOT generate skit if brim or raft is enabled.

    Even though this is an old thread, I wanted to add, that skirt and raft would be useful, because the last 8 prints I did failed because the raft starts peeling up, in the place where the extruder first starts printing, because the filament (at least for me) never sticks for the first few centimeters. It would be really useful if I could just enable a small skirt, so that the raft prints correctly.

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    Posted · Cura does NOT generate skit if brim or raft is enabled.

    I have the same problem:

    Some times the filament just don't print in the first seconds, so the circle is not completed. Then, like Lucasz_b_g said, it fails because the raft starts peeling up, in the place where the extruder first starts printing.

    It wold be good if Skirt and Raft were independent.

    Thanks

    We don't support both at the same time. I don't really see a reason to do so

    Well, that makes good sense not to use both, because thats just Waste of filament.

    I had same question, until i realized that there was no logic to use both.

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