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Posted (edited) · Tree support dots?

Hello!

 

I've never seen this before using 3.6 and I've been using tree supports for a bit. I'm currently using Cura 4.0. Printing a hollow object, Cura is putting these small "nubbins" on the print bed. The nubs around the perimeter are there to support a small chamfer. I'm not sure why Cura is putting the nubbins inside the middle rectangular section. they are there regardless of which slicing tolerance I choose.They increase or decrease as the tree support branch distance is raised and lowered. I'd like to get rid of them. Thoughts? Is the issue specific to 4.0?

 

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Posted · Tree support dots?

Downgraded to Cura 3.6 and the issue persists. I think it has something to do with the model, but I've already run a Netfabb repair on it. It's manifold so...I'm not sure what else could be going on.

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Posted · Tree support dots?

Could you log the issue on the Cura github and share the model? 

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Posted · Tree support dots?

I suspect that last one is a different (but perhaps related) issue; we've since solved the 'tree support starts in air' problem.

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