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CURA Infill overlap and skin overlap percentage is not present in the printing

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Hi,

I am trying to print with CURA 3.0.4 and this happened:

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In one of them you will see the same piece printed with CURA version 15.04.2 and the other with 3.0.4. When i tried to print FLEX, using the 3.0.4, the skin, inner wall and infill are separated from each other as you can see. The printed piece has numerous flaws compared to the one printed with the older software. what can i do to correct this? i have tried increasing the infill and skin overlap percentage up to 20% and the result is the same.

Thank you.

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I just stumbled upon this topic looking for solutions myself.

Had the same problem with the update, this actually forced me to use older cura, now even on the older software I have noticed this issue and wanted to ask if by chance You found a way to correct this. I think it might be an under extrusion issue.

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