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Wall printing disaster

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Hi,

 

I have recently run into big problems when trying to print an object with no infill and a specific 1.2mm wall thickness.

As you see from the images Cura goes crazy and generated a ton of unnecessary moves making a print that is junk...

On the other hand Sli3r manages to make very clean print due to better toolpath.

Please let me know is there a setting that I have not found yet in Cura to handle this kind of geometries what am I doing wrong?


 

Thank's

 

Machine i3 prusa style

Nozzle 0.4mm

Material PLA

Cura 3.2

 

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