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noob here, I am using Cura to slice these but am having trouble with the settings they are small (60mm long, by 10 high 10 wide) for some reason I cannot get it to do a solid print or even fill in the top of the model as you can see from the top down it is a waffle effect. my friend (who has printed a couple of these for me) has no difficulty with them. however he uses a different slicer and before I beg him for help I thought I would ask here. the sides of the hull and turrets are fine, the smoke stacks no so much, but all the tops, decks bridge and turrets are open and waffled.20181208_142304.thumb.jpg.b1fe7f510eb59d9b1510cbe3b48c7899.jpg

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Can you attach the picture again, there is something wrong with your previous post and the picture.

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Please post pictures.

 

Adhesion issues to the bed are solved here:

 

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new problem, does not matter if the print is running on the X or Y axis one side is nice and smooth the other chunky and uneven.

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