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Cura not creating ending routienes correctly on one file

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I am creating a holder for my pi Screen PiScreenassembly.stl

the model is correct but when I printed this the first time it failed at the Literal the last line before the ending routines and sent the head of the printer banging the side of my printer ( I have a Wanhao Duplicator i3 Plus)

The code of the print is here PiScreenassembly.gcode.I looked at the recreation of the head movements in cura and on a normal print, I see the head moving away at the end.

http://prntscr.com/ipbg8x 

On PiScreenassembly.gcode if you look at the layers in this file only it does not create the final head move.  http://prntscr.com/ipbhg6

 

This poses one main question

Why does this happen?

This is a major bug and could easily damage a printer if the person printing was not in the room to shut off the printer.

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