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Posted · Why does my prime tower look like this?

My UM3 prime tower default position appears to be off the build area, so I decided to move it a bit closer to the middle. As soon as it became visible (in other words sliceable) I noticed this. What is it and how to I get rid of it? I'm on the latest Cura.

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    Posted · Why does my prime tower look like this?

    Strangely, when I made that configuration setting visible it was zero and the prime tower then changed to this:

     

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    As the prime tower volume setting goes up, the black becomes more blue. At 2 it looks like this:

     

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    Posted · Why does my prime tower look like this?

    At a stab it looks like you're getting both "circular" and "square" prime towers at the same time. I'd suggest turning on ALL the settings, then carefully turning them off one at a time (or thereabouts) to see if some setting can't be turned off while hidden.

     

    If that works, post what did it, perhaps they can implement the logic on the backend.

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    Posted · Why does my prime tower look like this?

    Just for the heck of it. Try to just move the object to print over a bit and see if it affects the slice as you see it. Basically wondering if there is some sort of artifact in your model.....

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