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Walls thicker then wanted

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Hey Out There

I have discovered a funny thing. I made a 3D model with a wall thickness of 0.8mm.. When slicing Cura makes some sort of fill in the corners... Why..?

I use a 0.4 nozzle which should give me 2 perimeters...

I tried to reduce the wall thickness to 0.75mm with the same results...

After that I tried to make it solid, with 0% infill and no solid top... Still not getting the 2 perimeters I want...

Any suggestions.

Regards

Søren

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