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Infill is causing problems in 3D prints quality.

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Hello,

I was doing simple 3D prints (Cura 2.6.2) with a cube (15x15x15mm) and I'm getting strange results when Infill Density is used.  

The problem is an overextrussion in the corner of the cube where the Z-Seam occours.

I will put some images where we can see the same model printed with infill and without infill, the results are very diferent.

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What could cause this strange problem?

Thanks

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Edit:

I found that if the Combing Mode is Off, the problem is solved, but the number of retractions increases a lot. This may lead to other problems

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5a333f15632c2_2017-09-0611_49_43.thumb.jpg.292c11e1f224f1426b126f7bdca78192.jpg

5a333f1694bb3_2017-09-0611_50_10.thumb.jpg.167d796785816844aa6f785af3be2130.jpg

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