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Gaps between outer shell and bottom\top infills

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I increased the infill overlap value in Cura to 38%, bumped extrusion speed to 120%, raised temperature of printing, but there are still gaps. I am printing at Ultimaker 2 (not 2+) with ABS. Sliced with Cura is 15.02.1, since I cannot use more recent versions due them slicing my models incorrectly (Thread about that), but I've used this version for a while, and this issue is only developed relatively recently, so I am suspecting that something must be up with the printer itself.

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It doesn't look like underextrusion (which is usual culprit of "stuff doesn't connect!"), though, since everything else is printing as expected and without any issues.

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