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No infill, zero, all models solid or % of are printing as shells

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Posted (edited) · No infill, zero, all models solid or % of are printing as shells

No infill, zero, all models solid or % of infill  are printing as shells.



Using Fusion > Cura 4.1.0  WIn >10 

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Posted · No infill, zero, all models solid or % of are printing as shells

Please show screenshots of the model in layer view and also "prepare" view that highlights the problem you are seeing.  Maybe post your 3mf file as well (if you do FILE SAVE) it creates a 3mf file which has all your settings and your model in one file.

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Posted · No infill, zero, all models solid or % of are printing as shells

I am having the same problem, posted my issue, but did not receive a response. It happened when I upgraded to 4.2.1, so went back to 4.1 where there is no problem. Tried 4.3 the other day, same problem, back to 4.1. See attached pictures. 

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Posted · No infill, zero, all models solid or % of are printing as shells

must be a different problem as the previous poster used 4.1 and you found it works fine in 4.1.  I'd look at the profile settings particularly those in the "mesh fixes" area.  I think something is wrong with the model.  You could send your model through the free netfabb web repair service (free but you have to create an account) and if that fixes the model it would prove that the issue is with the model.

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