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Posted · Print differs from STL-File

Hi,

 

could some explain why the printed version of the horse differs from the original stl-file? I have checked that in cura 3.4.1 and 3.5.1 - no difference in the results. Thanks in advance for any hint.

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Regards Dieter

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Posted · Print differs from STL-File

Did you look at the model in x-ray view? It could be that the model is broken. If there are red areas in the x-ray view, than thats probably the case.

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Posted · Print differs from STL-File

Hi,

 

yes you are right. There are red areas in the x-ray view. But I have no idea how to prevent those areas in the string!? I have used FreeCAD to generate the stl-file. And in FreeCAD I can't see any problem. But at least it seems it is no Cura related topic any more. Nevertheless Thanks.

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