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Cura 2.3.1 Brim bug

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The "Brim only on the Outside" function is not working in the best way.

Has you can see in the imagens, after selected that option, brim still appears in the inside.

Brim only on the Outside unchecked

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Brim only on the Outside checked

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I have issues with the brim printing too close to the object and sticking to the bottom layer.  Anyone else with this, is there any setting to print brim x mm from object?

 

lol - that's the whole point of brim. If it doesn't stick to the part then the part is more likely to fall off. But definitely you can do this. It's called "skirt". So just turn off brim and you will get a skirt instead which is like brim but is not touching the part.

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