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Missing parts in Model stl in Cura

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Hi! I'm about to print a lid for a bottle.

The model was created in Solidworks.

Then exported to .stl.

When I open it in Cura , and put the layers on,  a base of the lid is missing as a solid, and instead cura puts a kind of green grid (see the image attached)

Do I have to change a parameter in Cura? or is it a problem with the model?

Is not the first time that this happens with the lid, I've repeated the model, checked if it's a closed polysurface, and none of this have worked

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Thank you!

Sofía.

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