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Cura 4 Wrong shell?

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Posted (edited) · Cura 4 Wrong shell?

why cura create this shell merged with all object?

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Posted · Cura 4 Wrong shell?

Without the model to evaluate, I would hazzard a guess here, that it is a faulty model and it is trying to make 'bridges' between holes: ergo, a non-watertight model.

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Posted (edited) · Cura 4 Wrong shell?

i try cura 3.6 and seems correct
is a Cura 4.0 bug?

 

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Posted · Cura 4 Wrong shell?

Would not know unless the model can be evaluated.

 

And, if this is not for a UM printer, something may be wrong with the printer def.

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Posted · Cura 4 Wrong shell?

When I try to slice this, CuraEngine crashes. Before it crashes it says...

 

2019-03-30 22:20:49,185 - DEBUG - [Thread-12] UM.Backend.Backend._backendLog [101]: [Backend] [WARNING] Mesh has overlapping faces!

 

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Posted (edited) · Cura 4 Wrong shell?

I did not see the attached model and .3mf file. So, thanks to @smartavionics for slicing it and making me look again.

 

Sorry about that. Ever since surgery, I am not fully brain ready.

 

But, I did download the model and it checked out fine. I had an issue with the .3mf file opening. Maybe the download was corrupted in transfer.

 

But, I did slice the model using my standard UM printer profile and it sliced fine as you can see below. So, I am leaning towards a bad printer profile.

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