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Error Cura 3.0.3

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Hi,

I´m a new user of Ultimaker 2+, and I have a problem with Cura software.

I import a file .stl in Cura 3.0.3 and the objet view, everything looks good, but

in Layers, two small circles neither see them in the screen, nor the objet impressed.

Can anyone help me?

Thanks a lot.

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There are two things that can be. Not sure what cad software are you using but most likely you have something in there that during the conversion, it doesn't understand the drawing.

Lastly, pretty sure you have the unsupported cura. Mine is version 2.7 (dark blue back ground) and the has lots of features. The 3.0.3 for example, I could not print thin wall (.4) because the slicer is not capable. The correct version would have a "thin wall" check box.

Also the Cura 3.0.3 version doesn't have an Ultimaker profile. You have to pick "other" if I recall and make your own. I've called support and right away the lady figure out i had a different cura.

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