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Posted · Problem with top off print

I make some model for 3d print but when i prepare for print got this problem. Model got sliced on top.

 

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Posted · Problem with top off print

I don't understand your problem, so please explain in detail what you mean.

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Posted · Problem with top off print

Here is picures from cura and pictures from 3d model. Missing top "textures" Hope this help. 

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Posted · Problem with top off print

Hello @Timbe, it's still not obvious what the problem is. It would help a lot if you could save the project file (File ->Save) and attach the resulting .3mf file to this thread. Thanks.

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Posted · Problem with top off print
2 hours ago, Timbe said:

Here is picures from cura and pictures from 3d model. Missing top "textures" Hope this help.

I sorry, but for me, the sliced model looks complete, nothing is missing in my opinion. If you just mean the texture, then this is a usual texture of a top layer in 3D printing. 

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Posted (edited) · Problem with top off print

If you try using the ironing function you may find that will improve the top surface for you. I have only tried it once and in parts of the model it was gobsmackingly good but in other parts it was poor. But I was using Cura 2.7 and I suspect it has been improved in later versions

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Posted · Problem with top off print

Hey, thank you all for interesting in my problem. I try yellowshark method ironing function and that's what i'm look for. TNX!

 

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Posted · Problem with top off print

Hi @Timbe good to hear you have a satisfactory result. I guess you are using the latest version, or close to, of Cura. I must install ia later version and give it a try again !

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