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Cura 2.5 - Infill before walls option has no effect

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Posted (edited) · Cura 2.5 - Infill before walls option has no effect

Hi,

I'm starting using Cura 2.5 and it seems the option "Infill before Wall" has no effect on the final Gcode.

Doesn't matter if the check box is checked or not, the printer will always start printing perimeters (walls) before printing infill... Am I doing something wrong?

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Posted · Cura 2.5 - Infill before walls option has no effect

Without more details it is difficult to say where things go wrong.

I tested a model in my Cura v2.5 and I do see a difference when I change the setting for printing the infill before walls. But, only from layer 13 and higher since the first 12 layers are bottom layers.

Can you have a closer look at your layer view in Cura and see what's happening there?

See here for info on the layer view. (I like the trick where you move the two sliders close together to show only a single layer and then drag the slider middle part to move up and then through the model one layer at a time).

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