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Posted · Cura and bridging

Hallo,

I have a Problem with slicing bridges by using Cura

I had this Problem since I stated using cura and I was hoping it will be solved with Cura 2, but it didn t.

First of all bridges should be detected, second bridges should be printed quite slow and with the Fan at max and the most critical, bridges should be printed straigt with "no infill".

the new cura detects and slices bridges correctly, sometimes. I have no Idea how I can trick Cura to do as I want to.

Yesterday I printed 3 models at once Cura sliced one corectly and two wrong as seen in this pictures

http://www.directupload.net/file/d/4542/ctdzhvdp_jpg.htm

http://www.directupload.net/file/d/4542/iixt7j6u_jpg.htm

(sry no idea how to upload images propably)

did I miss any option or is there any trick?

I would love to see seperate bridging option in Cura in the future.

best regarts

Kevin

ps. sry for my bad english ;-)

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    Posted · Cura and bridging

    Could you upload the STL somewhere and provide a link? I think your bridge isn't perfectly flat and the sides are lower or something else about the bridge is confusing cura. For example, maybe the edges of the bridge have no support. Or maybe the sides are lower than the center. By a tiny amount not visible.

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    Posted · Cura and bridging

    Try editing it slightly so that there is a clear bridge area. Maybe even have it two levels - one level to create the bridge and then .2mm higher have the rest of the bridge on top.

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    Posted · Cura and bridging

    Or you could repair the file with meshlab. Or there are repair services on the web.

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