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Posted · Cura Creating Unwanted "Keyways"

Created some cylinders in TinkerCAD for a pill bottle; image attached. After slicing, Cura shows "keyways" -- vertical areas where the walls are missing. What am I dorking up?

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Posted · Cura Creating Unwanted "Keyways"

Looks like you have enabled Coasting in Cura. Check this setting and uncheck the checkbox if enabled.

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Posted · Cura Creating Unwanted "Keyways"

Wow -- exactly correct! Why would an experimental setting come as pre-enabled? (rhetorical question)

 

Thanks, Smithy!

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Posted · Cura Creating Unwanted "Keyways"
42 minutes ago, wourmman said:

Why would an experimental setting come as pre-enabled?

That's a good question, but it is not generally pre-enabled, because for me it is not. So I guess it depends on ??? whatever 🙂 

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Posted · Cura Creating Unwanted "Keyways"

I don't think it's standard for any of the ultimaker profiles but maybe for other printers?

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