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Me desaparecen Partes de la pieza y no Imprime en esos lugares

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Hola, cuando abro un archivo para imprimir (STL, OBJ, etc) me aparece, en CURA 3.4.1, normal como se puede apreciar en la imagen 1, pero cuando la paso al modo vista por capas me desaparece parte de la pieza y me hace agujeros que luego no me los imprime (Imagen 2). Inclusive le coloca soportes en esas partes como si no existieran (Imagen 3). El problema me lo hace con cualquier slicer y con varias piezas. Los parámetros de impresión los he variado en todos los sentidos y sigue igual. Modelo con CATIA V5, 3D Studio Max, Fusion 360, los paso a STL u OBJ y el resultado es el mismo. Coloco la configuración de mi impresora y los parámetros de impresión de esta pieza. Si alguien tiene alguna idea de por que pasa este problema le agradecería mucho su ayuda. Saludos a la comunidad.

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