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Cura display blobs on layer view!

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Posted · Cura display blobs on layer view!

Hi everyone,

In Cura 3.0 (and other previous versions of Cura), when I select the layer view and after zooming to view layers, I see some "blobs" and, the worst of it, is that these blobs are printed!

=> So, to investigate I can give you the gcode file and the STL file (which has no blobs).

I have linked the screenshot to show you what I describe above.

I do not have this issue with other slicers but I used to slice with Cura so If anyone has a solution or an Idea do not hesitate to tell me.

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Posted · Cura display blobs on layer view!

That's true WYSIWYG!

Actually it might be some numerical issue. Try cleaning the model e.g. with Netfabb online.

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