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Posted (edited) · Cura Unresponsive when slicing

I made a 11 tooth metric gear in TinkerCAD and Cura slices it, but this 22 tooth just sits there doing nothing. I left it for 1 hour but nothing happened.
 

Can anyone slice this file?

 

Win7 64 

setting Pursa i3

Gear 22.stl

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Posted · Cura Unresponsive when slicing

It sliced for me in about 2 seconds. Could you please save the project and attach the curaproject.3mf file?

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Posted · Cura Unresponsive when slicing

Thanks for the project file. Again, no problem to slice in a couple of seconds. I am using the current development version of cura on linux.

 

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Posted · Cura Unresponsive when slicing

However, I have found something weird. After slicing it flashes up the save to file button and then changes back to the prepare button immediately so I can't actually save the gcode! I think the development version of cura must be broken right now.

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Posted · Cura Unresponsive when slicing

Yes when the firewall is off it's 2 sec.

 

I don't know what it's blocking - I see CuraEngine.exe process, but can't add an exception -, but a least I can get it working when needed.

 

Thanks

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