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Posted · Splitting of Prints

Hi guys. Can someone please give me advice on what to do. I print cookie cutters and of late all of sudden my cutters arent printing correctly. The print normally prints two lines and then fills up in a zig zag motion between the lines. But it isnt doing the zig zag motion any more, so then the cutting wall of the cutter just isnt adhere together. Is there a special setting on the Ender 3 or in Cura that a person has to add to get the zig zag motion? Thank you.

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Posted · Splitting of Prints
4 hours ago, Tania22 said:

The print normally prints two lines and then fills up in a zig zag motion between the lines. But it isnt doing the zig zag motion any more

 

I'm not sure...

are you talking about Cura "Shell" / "Fill Gaps Between Walls"?

 

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Posted · Splitting of Prints

Hi, im not too sure. Im rather new to the 3d printing. Ive downloaded the new Cura now, just have to figure out all the settings. If you can help me with the settings in Cura 3.6.0. I would appreciate that

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