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Slicing Error with Cura 12.11?

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I wanted to print the polygon mask from Thingiverse (

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:33505

) and sliced it with Cura 12.11. For large objects I normaly use 0.24 layer height, 0.8 wall thickness, 15% infill. You can find my profile here.

At the begining everything looked fine:

mask334.jpg

This is layer 334. You can see two walls (= 0.8mm) and the infill. But then just a few layers later...

mask341.jpg

... at layer 341 there is only one wall (= 0.4mm). This continued for another 100 layers and pretty much screwed up my print.

Has anybody an idea what happend during slicing? Why did cura change to 0.4mm wall thickness? :?:

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