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Cura 2.1.3 OK but Cura 2.3 -> ringing :(

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Hello everyone,

There is something I don't find a way to solve :

On cura 2.1.3, everything's ok, almost perfect

But on 2.3 with the same parameter (i tried) i get bad surface with like "ringing".

I tried différent config and I get always this.

I watched when it prints and it looks like the print has 3 "parts" instead 2 (2.1.3):

- infill

- wall

- some zigzags between wall and infill

i guess ringing is because these zigzags but I don't know where they are from...

on the left : Cura 2.1.3 / on the right : Cura 2.3

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on Cura 2.1.3, we have walls parts (green and red) and infill (orange)

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but the same slicing with Cura 2.3, there are some yellow parts between orange and green. I guess ringing comes from this difference.(as 2.1.3 and 2.3 are not compatible, I use them on different PC, so I can't have a screenshot now)

Does anyone observes these zigzags ?

Does anyone have the same issue ?

Does anyone know which parameters influence these zigzags ?

Sorry for my bad English and let me know if you don't understand or need more information

Regards

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It could be coming from infill being printed before perimeters. Try unchecking "Infill Before Walls" under "Infill" and see if that makes a difference. You probably need to add that setting and you can do that by hovering over the "Infill" header and clicking the little icon that pops up to the right.

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