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Posted (edited) · Support when nothing to... support (cura 4.0.0)\

Hi, i see this problem also in other slice, in cura sometimes there is support column when no need, this is an example: 

 

in this case the problem is the stringing effect between the real 3 part and the "no need" support column between...  How i can manage this?

I got same problem also with other part, in similar condition, 2 hole near each other but i do not want cura make it, it useless. 


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    Posted · Support when nothing to... support (cura 4.0.0)\

    I have had the same issue. Yet it has not affected my prints but I know what you mean by the stringing created by something that doesn't need to be there. I would try using the support blocker feature for now. Hope it helps.

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    Posted · Support when nothing to... support (cura 4.0.0)\

    i tried but did not work... did not stip in that point the support. In a "normal" support point it work. 

    I think is related to the holes... but cannot find solution.

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    Posted · Support when nothing to... support (cura 4.0.0)\

    I have no information on your exact dimensions and so on but take a look at

     

    Support X/Y Distance (get it visible if not) and try to put in it a greater distance (1.5mm)

     

    This will prevent a support to be too near from the object on the x and y axis, as it appear to be in your problem

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    Posted · Support when nothing to... support (cura 4.0.0)\
    7 minutes ago, JCD said:

    I have no information on your exact dimensions and so on but take a look at

     

    Support X/Y Distance (get it visible if not) and try to put in it a greater distance (1.5mm)

     

    This will prevent a support to be too near from the object on the x and y axis, as it appear to be in your problem

    i'm on a 12h print, after i'll try. 
    the part in my image is:
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3409714

     

    if someone wanna try.  I'll check later

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