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Hello,

 

I was trying to print something when I noticed that CURA couldn't seem to decide between wall or infill for the first few layers, which led to many unnecessary retractions and movements during the print, and probably added some time to it, as well as making the bottom looks a bit ugly.

 

Here's the picture, with the arrows pointing at the strange problem. I'm guessing it has to do with the thickness of the part, but I'm not too sure how I could fix that to have a nice wall.

 

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Note: this isn't something I designed myself, it's a part I was given to try and print.

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