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difference entre le solide et la vue en couche

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Hello !

 

J'ai dessiné un module d’étagère qui est ouvert en dessus/dessous, comme le montre la vue du solide en haut.

Mais lorsque je la passe en vue par couche (et donc ce qui sera imprimé), la face sur le plateau se rempli vue -sur la photo en bas-.

 

J'ai essayé de modifier les couches du dessus/dessous, rien n'y fait.

Je precise également que je n'ai pas de bordures ou autre ou de support.

 

Vous auriez une idée ?

 

 

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Ton modèle est particulièrement "sale" revenu sous sketchup il faut nettoyer toutes ces faces qui se superposent... Il n'y a aucune raison d'avoir autant de triangles dans un objet aussi simple.

La partie qui fait un rebord en bas de l'objet est fermée à l'intérieur du contour externe: supprimes sous Sketchup les parois "internes " horizontales qui n'ont pas lieu d'être.

Voilà l'origine de ton problème: le volume fermé est cloisonné: il ne faut pas.1249650308_coupeNANAforumultimaker.thumb.png.7f700dcaa3eff0725854b3ee671d1839.png

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