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Cura saves a 0KB .amf file from a 95,000KB stl import

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I've been successfully printing a lot of relatively large .stl files recently, but have noticed that the .amf files are not saving correctly. I import a 95,000KB stl file, save to gcode successfully, but when it comes to saving a .amf file it takes ages, and results in a 0KB file size.

Can anyone help?

At least I can print, but solving the problem would be good.

Now using Cura 15.04.04



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