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Not enough / no infill

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Hi all,

I'm trying to make something like a casino chip. For some reason there are places on the border and in the text that have no or not enough infill. I'm new to experimenting at this level of detail. I have no idea what I can do to make the result better. Maybe the Ultimaker 3 cannot handle this much detail, maybe the settings can be improved (I tried several but nothing ended better), maybe I need to adjust the drawing a bit.

Can I somehow attach the stl to this post?

All advise is welcome!

Edit: just learned I'm using cura 2.3. I used the 'check for updates' and it mentioned nothing. Now installing 2.7

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