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1 minute ago, ahoeben said:

Cura draws white jiggly lines around parts of your model?


Please be a little more specific. What is going wrong? What do you expect, and what happens instead?

Oh sorry it doesnt draw the white line. But if you look at picture 1 cura doesnt fill the gap it just left it like that.

Och pic 2 is the same cura doesnt fill it makeing something that it havent done before you can see in picture two in the middle the blue line look bery seperate but if you look tothe right it very tight so i wanna know how to fix it

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1 hour ago, cloakfiend said:

are you sure its not bad geometry? 

The geometry isnt bad it a bug in cura after version 2.4.1 even the version(beta) 4.0 still have the same with zigzag pattern for top and bittom layer

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