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Cura generates support in the wrong direction?

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Posted · Cura generates support in the wrong direction?

Good evening everyone!

 

I just received my new prusa i3 mega from Anycubic, and after some test prints and tuning settings, I wanted to print this statue:

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As you can see, for whatever reason, Cura decided that I need support on top of the model, not below it, which appears a little weird to me.

I didn't change any settings before loading this model in, and I don't have a single clue what could be the reason for this.

 

Does anyone have an idea?

Thanks a bunch and have a great evening!

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Posted · Cura generates support in the wrong direction?

Your normals are not in the proper place. Basically, the model is inside out and and it is putting them in the right place based on the model. The red parts are the places that it says that the bottom is. This is the model, not cura or the machine it is readying models for.

 

Place a link or upload the model and I will make it right for you.

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