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How can you avoid missing sharp vertices and final layer conjunction points?

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Posted · How can you avoid missing sharp vertices and final layer conjunction points?

As the tital says, can you avoid the slicer to miss the sharp edges and the conjjunction points?

Sharp edgs in fucsia, conjunction points in purple.

 

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Posted · How can you avoid missing sharp vertices and final layer conjunction points?

I don't remember seeing that before.  It looks like you have something turned on that I don't.  Do you have "infill wipe" turned on?  Or anything with "wipe" in the name?  There's a search box just above all the settings.

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Posted (edited) · How can you avoid missing sharp vertices and final layer conjunction points?
3 hours ago, gr5 said:

I don't remember seeing that before.  It looks like you have something turned on that I don't.  Do you have "infill wipe" turned on?  Or anything with "wipe" in the name?  There's a search box just above all the settings.

Only 2 "wipe" settings exist: "Outer wall wipe distance" and "infill wipe distance", and they are numerical inputs.

 

Also, I someway made the topic in the wrong section, please move it to the Cura section.

Edited by redslifer

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