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Extraneous PVA Supports in Cura 3.0.3

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Posted · Extraneous PVA Supports in Cura 3.0.3

Does anyone know why Cura would be placing these extraneous supports on the side? It has been puzzling me. It's been doing it to a bunch of the models I've been printing. I've posted an example here: https://imgur.com/a/3cJrG

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Posted · Extraneous PVA Supports in Cura 3.0.3

hiya,

I am at work and can't see the image but at a guess it's the support horizontal expansion.

I have found that even though there is nothing to support for it, it seems to be linked in with what ever support is supporting a feature.

hope I guessed right

Rebekah Anderson

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Posted · Extraneous PVA Supports in Cura 3.0.3

hiya,

I am at work and can't see the image but at a guess it's the support horizontal expansion.

I have found that even though there is nothing to support for it, it seems to be linked in with what ever support is supporting a feature.

hope I guessed right

Rebekah Anderson

 

Thank you Rebekah, making the value smaller fixed my problem.

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