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I have a problem with the support in Cura. My printen is Ultimaker 2 with Olsson.

I want to print something like a cirkel but the underground stay red colourd. If I tye 90 degrees in support Cura says It wont print the design. Only with 80 degrees it will take but then it is red.

Help?

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Posted · Support Cura

THe red here is just a visualisation that that area will need support. It does not mean that area cannot be printed

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