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Hi

Trying to print stl file, in CURA 3.2.1 windows it looks fine but physical print gives different result. Holes are being filled with mesh? Anyone has an idea what the reason could be?

Sliced in cura for Ultimaker 2 in normal mode with custom setting..

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Your stl may not be suitable for 3d printing. Inspect the models in X-Ray view and you will likely see parts showing red. It is also good custom to inspect the Layerview before you start the print, because that would show you there's an issue without wasting time and plastics

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