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[S5] [CURA 3.4.1] Unable to Slice

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Hello,

I am a student who is trying to design a Fidget Spinner for a school project and successfully print said Fidget Spinner for a grade. I am slicing the part using Cura 3.4.1 and printing on the Ultimaker S5. After loading my STL into Cura and changing a few basic settings, I was greeted with the "Unable to Slice" error. I am wondering "What can I do to successfully print my part?". I have attached the STL and the project to this post. Thank you in advance!

 

Joey_Spinner.stl

UMS5_Joey_Spinner.curaproject.3mf

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