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Without actually seeing the model and what is missing, it is not possible to diagnose if it is a 'missing' part due to the lakc of Cura ability or model not being correctly made or if setting really need to be tweaked.

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Definitely turn off brim for this part.  

 

Also I agree that the issue is probably "coasting" and so it may print just fine.  Or maybe you need to turn off coasting or tweak it a bit.  I have never tried it myself.

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Thank you for all your answers!
You're right, when I remove coasting the material deficiencies no longer appear in cura. it's a misleading representation of cura. When I display the displacements (coasting on), these gaps are represented as displacements.
Thank you.

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