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Gaps in the layers depending on positioning of the model Cura 2.5

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Something is wrong with your model in those areas.  Look at your model in xray mode.  If you see any shades of red then thats a problem (either a hole in the wall of your solid or an extra infinitely thin internal wall.

Most cad programs don't make it possible to create non-solids but sketchup is the opposite - they make it tricky to create solids.  I don't know cadia. But even if you don't use sketchup - the photos in this article make it clear what I am talking about:

https://i.materialise.com/blog/3d-printing-with-sketchup/

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