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ich habe Probleme beim slicen einer heruntergeladenen STL-Datei.


Wenn ich die Datei in Cura lade, sieht das Model noch normal aus, nach dem slicen wiederum, entstehen überall kleine Kanten und Leerräume (siehe Anhang).

Wo liegt hier der Fehler und kann ich dies, über Konfigutation in Cura ausgleichen ?


Vielen Dank! ?






Edited by Mendowser

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Kurz: Nein, in Cura gibt's da nichts zum korrigieren/verstellen!

Ausführlich: Du hast Fehler in der STL, die Cura nicht auflösen kann.

Da sind Polygone in der STL nicht mehr korrekt ausgerichtet. Passiert beim Export wohl gern.

Der Slicer kann dann nicht mehr Nachvollziehen, ob das Polygon Außen- oder Innen ist.

Da must entweder in Blender & Co. manuell korrigieren oder mal einen Online-Service oder

entsprechende Software (z.b. Netfab Basic etc.) drüber schauen lassen. 

Eventuell nochmal neu Downloaden oder eine alternative Download-Quelle, bei der die STL-

Qualität vielleicht besser ist wäre auch noch eine Möglichkeit... 


Gruß, Digibike

Edited by Digibike

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