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issue, hole wall printed on just infill no bottom, with pictures

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Hello every one, and of cause my first post is a problem!

So I've been using cura for a while now it's very intuitive i like it, I am also designing my own parts now with freecad and starting with fusion 360.

 The problem however is not only with things I have designed but with everything i slice.  If the object has a hole and then a larger hole outside of it in close proximity as with a surface with a countersunk screw it will slice it so that the outer top hole walls are printed on just infill leaving a small gap.  I presume it should use the last layers of the smaller hole underneath and make a bottom surface for the top hole. 

 This doesn't notice on thick walls but they must be thin for this and many  projects i do,  I tried changing top and bottom layer counts but it seems that cured doesn't recognise it as a different sized hole?

Any help is greatly appreciated thank you, Tom.

top of hole.jpg

next hole printed on onfill.jpg

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