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Cura 3.6 Slicing Bug


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Posted · Cura 3.6 Slicing Bug

I prewied your GCODE in Repetier and it looks OK

Then I used the same Cura 3.6 profile in Cura 2.5.1

and at firs glance Model is sliced correctly, so there must

be something going on with 3.6

 

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    Posted · Cura 3.6 Slicing Bug

    If you want to try my release, you can find them here...

     

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/s43vqzmi4d2bqe2/AAADdYdSu9iwcKa0Knqgurm4a?dl=0

     

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    Posted · Cura 3.6 Slicing Bug

    Oddly, when I sliced his original file in 3.6, this is what I got. I co not see the weird errors shown above. Or, it is just too early in the morning and I cannot breathe.....😜

     

    MySlice.thumb.jpg.5bf3b5e081bfa860e5ca66f23a68e881.jpg

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    Posted (edited) · Cura 3.6 Slicing Bug

    smartavionics I sliced it again with your version of Cura

    and both Previews, Cura an Repetier's are the same no slicing

    error.

    I also imported my original GCODE (attached to my post)

    back to Cura 3.6 and preview shows errors correctlly.

    To summarise :

    1. 3.6 sliced my model with errors which are not visible in Cura preview

    when slicing

    2. If we preview GCODE in other slicers error is visible in all of them

    3. If we import the same GCODE back to Cura 3.6, preview shows errors

    as all other slicers

     

    We have two problems:

    1. Slicing with Cura has major errors

    2. We can not relay on Cura to preview the code correctly

    unless we import the G Code back again

     

     

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    Posted · Cura 3.6 Slicing Bug

    Have you tried the 4.0 beta? Perhaps the problem has been fixed since 3.6?

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    Posted · Cura 3.6 Slicing Bug

    I am curious to the fact that I am not seeing these issues on my 3.6 installation.

     

    Here is the G-Code.

    CFFFP_2036387790_Curaerror.gcode

     

    This is also what I did when I went in and 'fixed' my installs (3.6 and then 4.0 beta 2)

     

    I was having issues with my Cura. I killed all setup files, all Cura files and folders and did a fresh install of 3.6. I only installed 4.0 beta recently. During 4.0 beta I told it to not uninstall anything.

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    Posted · Cura 3.6 Slicing Bug

    sorry for delay, I solved the problem by the following procedure

    1. saved my Cura profiles and materials

    2. removed  all Cura installations

    3. Reinstalled Cura 3,6

    4. Imported back my Profiles

     

    Now it seems everything is just fine 

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    Posted · Cura 3.6 Slicing Bug
    1 hour ago, nobio8 said:

    sorry for delay, I solved the problem by the following procedure

    1. saved my Cura profiles and materials

    2. removed  all Cura installations

    3. Reinstalled Cura 3,6

    4. Imported back my Profiles

     

    Now it seems everything is just fine 

    That is good to hear. 🙂 I wondered if that was why it sliced well for me. Seems to be the answer. To me then, this points to an upgrade issue with Cura?

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