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Printing so that any travelling is done within the infill areas

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Posted · Printing so that any travelling is done within the infill areas

I am printing a hollow globe shape with Cura 4.0.0 and want all travelling to be within the model so that there are no strings on the inside of the globe.  Regardless of how I set the Combing mode, there is some travelling across the center of the globe.  The best setting is "Not in Skin", but there are still some travels across the center of the model.

 

Is there any way that I can set all travels to be made within the model ?

Globe Shade.3mf

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Posted (edited) · Printing so that any travelling is done within the infill areas

Hello @chputney, two recommendations, enable the wall print order optimization and also don't use z-seam alignment set to sharpest corner, that very rarely does what you want. Instead, it's nearly always better to choose the User Specified setting.

 

 

 

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