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Slicing of 0.15mm layer height issue

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Hi Experts,

 

I probably found a Cura-3.4.1 slicing bug. I am building an Ultrascope (http://www.openspaceagency.com/ultrascope), a printed telescope. The STL files are provided the Ultrascope team. The first STL file is recommended to be printed with layer height 0.15mm. But it fails to print. Look at the sliced layers, some part of the first few layers is missing. But when I use 0.1mm layer height, it is correct. The original STL file and screen snapshots of both 0.15mm and 0.1mm are attached. The right-hand side of 0.15mm has the issue.

1-Hexagon-1.stl

Layer Height 0.15mm.png

Layer Height 0.1mm.png

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