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z-height issues 2 layers missing

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Posted · z-height issues 2 layers missing

Hey, 

I use Cura 4.1.0 Beta on linux and I'm basically pretty happy with it, but for some reason sliced objects turn out with 0.4mm z-height. For example if I slice a 11mm tall object it slices 53 layers @0.2mm layer height.

I'm not sure what's the cause for that issue since all set top and bottom layers are printed.

 

Any help highly appreciated.

 

cheers ElWiz

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Posted · z-height issues 2 layers missing

Just tried Cura 4.1.0 stable and it's the same behavior 

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Posted · z-height issues 2 layers missing

does anyone have an idea why the sliced model results in 0.4mm less height @0.2 layers?

all top and bottom layers seem to be present according the preview

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Posted · z-height issues 2 layers missing

So i made a 11mm box and sure enough when i sliced it at 0.2 layer height it had 54 layer(which equates too 10.8 mm)

The only setting i could find that effected this is the slicing tolerance, exclusive gave 54 layers, inclusinve gave 56 layer, middle gives the correct layers at 55.

 

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