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Sliced with Cura 3.0.4 - Printer tried to go "Home" during print and slipped belts

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Posted (edited) · Sliced with Cura 3.0.4 - Printer tried to go "Home" during print and slipped belts

Not sure why this is happening, tried slicing and printing a file last night with Cure 3.0.4 on my Printrbot Metal.

When it gets to Layer 38 it tries to go home during the print and sends the hot end out of area and causes my belts to slip.

This only happens if I select a layer height of 0.15, it's fine using any other height?

Pictures and gcode attached.

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GCode

GCode

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