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So I just updated Cura and saw the new per model settings. Then I wanted to print three models in one print. One of them had a per model setting for the infill. But this model with the per model setting didn't print! Can somebody please help me so I could prevent this from happening in the future?


Thanks a lot already



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On 1/9/2019 at 9:26 PM, ahoeben said:


Wait, did you change the "Mesh type", or did you add a setting using the "Add settings" button?

No I didn't change the Mesh type. Just the Infill type. And I didn't add settings.

On 1/9/2019 at 9:24 PM, ahoeben said:

Check the slice in Layer view. Does the model show there?

Well it shows the model, but its grey.


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