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Posted · Help something’s changed.

I sliced a model with two interfering parts one mesh (part) is 100% infill the remainder of the other model is 20% infill

ehen it prints it does the base layer diagonal pattern  opposing layer by layer but the rest is doing a side to side backwards and forward pattern which I’ve never seen before and it does this for the internal 100% infill parts and for the top layer (shell). Still has lines down as print pattern but it’s not as it was ??

 

any ideas?

cheers

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Posted · Help something’s changed.

Make sure "enable bridge settings" is unchecked.  Also please include screen shots of cura that show what you are talking about.  Or do you only care about the top layer.

 

Also which "infill pattern" did you choose in the settings?

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