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Hi, everyone:

I am new to the 3D printing area, today when I loaded my file to my Cura slicer, for some reasons, in one of the orientations, part of the hollow structure would completely disappear in both the slicing drawing and the actual print.

Here are some screenshots in the Cura:

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The 35th layer of the print when the object lay flat

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The 36th layer of the print when the object lay flat

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The middle hollow structure is visible when the object lay on the side

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Transparent view

Can someone please tell me what happened with the file? Thank you.

flat_35.thumb.JPG.ff435c4be8614d0f25b33289df48b4e4.JPG

flat_36.thumb.JPG.40acf4600ec587b8be7f39c9b4457b36.JPG

side.thumb.JPG.63261ac4c1219b86b307ffaa96c176ce.JPG

x_ray.thumb.JPG.5d8128488eba4fe1fc7bf73290129989.JPG

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Hi,

the red part on the X-ray view tell that you have an error on your 3D model. I am not an expert but i think it can happen because of holes in the mesh, wrong normal ect... You can check if your model is correct until someone with more experience come here.

Can you show us a picture of the model if possible ?

ps : you may have already solve your problem... haven't see the date -.-

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