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Hi all,

 

I've using CURA for a few months and today I found a funny issue. I generate my code in CURA yesterday and I left the printer running in the night hoping to see my print done in the morning. But in the morning I found the print missing the top part and piece of filament in a side o the piece. I didn't understand what happen so I start a new print. The new print in the same height did the same error. At this time I conclude that the error must be in the GCODE, so I open the file with a text editor and I found that after LAYER 129 came LAYER 34 and after that came LAYER 35 and them came the LAYER 131. After this I generate the code again with the same STL and the second time the error was not there.

 

Do anyone found this error too? Is this a BUG of CURA or is a error in other piece of software? Do I made this error with some configuration?

 

I attached the code to show better what happen.

BQW_code_with_error.gcode

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