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Why is this model 'Capping' upon slicing?

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@Berndjm-----I had to take off all the mesh fixes to get it to work. But, if you're setting it up in right in your 3D Package, no need for them, eh?

@IRobertI-----I'm just testing out things right now. Since I can't get the printer until December, I'm setting up files to see what it does when it gets here. And, also apparently learning about the software too! LOL But I have a few projects that I want to try and see just how far I can push it.

Besides, it's a Fractal.....it supposed to look 'off' a bit anyway :)

Thanks for the suggestion about the mesh fixes.

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