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I am designing a dice cup//holder with a screw on able top. The top part printed fine, but when I load in the bottom which is cup shaped and go to layer view it turns all of the inside into a space with infill instead of the hollow open space it out to be.



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Thank you, but I have fixed it by now since I had nothing much else to do... problem was my embossing wasn't attached to the body and Cura didn't like that so I got that fixed now, but thanks!

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