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Cura creates random membranes

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As I try to print five hexagonal towers, Acura seems to insert randomly a thin horizontal wall on some. They seem to be different on every slice, sometimes there are one sometimes two. This was on Cura 3.2.x but I was also able to reproduce on Cura 3.3.1, both times on a Mac.

 

the resulting print does include that thin wall, on two out of five towers. I thought it had to do with adaptive layers at first but it remained after disabling any beta feature.

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Let us know if there is any red in xray view.  if there is or isn't then we will try to think of another theory.  Also could you move to a layer that shows these extra membranes you are talking about?  I don't see what you mean in the photo.  Also please zoom in (plus key on number pad or I think mouse wheel also works).

 

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