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Layers is not generated when model i laying flat

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Hallo fellow printers

I have a strange problem. I have not been able to solve.

I have a file from thingsgivers.com of a door to a board game. When the .stl file in Cura is standing up, no problem, the model printed nice.

When I lay it flat on the buildplate, to make it easier to print, layer 17-19 disapers. This means that layer 20 is being printer in thin air, and the result is not good. I have tried in Cura 15.04.6 and also in the new Cura 2.3.0 the same result.

I have inspected the .stl file nothing is missing, and also have tried to draw the door from scrach, same result.

Anybody got an idear. Thanks

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The object, closed door, has errors on the STL, that not even Cura can fix.

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On S3D (that is worse fixing bad STL) it shows errors on some points

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After using netfabb the file can work on Cura perfectly. So download netfabb basic, is a free trial that should fix your problem.

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I left you the file fixed on my dropbox, will be online just for today

https://www.dropbox.com/s/52ju8cuq12asucs/Imperial_Assault_Door_Closed-repair.stl?dl=0

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