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Posted · unable to slice

I have just installed Cura 3.6 and now when I try to slice an object regardless if I use my own or the recommended settings, when I click prepare, I get a message saying unable to slice.  I am using windows 10.  I never had this issue with any previous versions of cura.

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Posted · unable to slice

You should give us more information because there are too many possibilities.

The obvious one is, that your model is too big and doesn't fit the build plate. Occurs often when selected a brim or skirt which needs also space in the bed.

 

But best is, to upload the Cura project, then we can look into it.

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Posted · unable to slice

I fixed the problem.  I deleted the settings profile that I was using and made a new settings profile.  Now everything works fine.

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