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Model with mixed surface and thickness geometry

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Hi all,

I have model that outer geometry is surface and inner geometry are thickness ribs.

Now when I put it in my Cura 2.6 for Ultimaker 2, it only slice outer surface without inner ribs.

I have tried in Special Modes, under Surface mode select every option there is (both, normal, surface), but Cura only shows outer surface as sliced geometry.

How to make it work, to print both surface and inner ribs?

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I was working with another user some months back with a similar issue on a purchased model with zero-thickness walls. He found the following allowed it to be sliced, but I did not hear if it actually printed correctly:

  • Uncheck all options under "Mesh Fixes"
  • Set Merged Meshes Overlap to zero (0)

Maybe that will work for you.

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