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Posted · Different infills in one model

Hi,I don't know, what I doing wrong. I just want different infill in one part of object. There are two problems. First is shell wall between inner walls. Second is empty infill above correct infill. Any tips?
 

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Posted · Different infills in one model

Looks strange and I guess your model is not watertight or has some other issues. It seems your model is not really solid everywhere.

Try to repair the STL file, with the 3D Builder included in Windows 10 or use the netfabb online service.

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Posted · Different infills in one model
9 minutes ago, Smithy said:

" It seems your model is not really solid everywhere "

 

No, model is correct. When I have model alone, everything is correct. With another model is result the same .
When I change infill type to GRID, infill is correct, but shell wall between inner walls remains.

I try this with default settings and result is the same.

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Posted · Different infills in one model

Can you save our Cura project (File -> Save) and post the file here, then we can have a look at it.

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Posted · Different infills in one model

Problem with extra shell wall I resolve by add parameter "Wall line count = 0". And with Cubic infill pattern it's great:

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But when I used Cubic Subdivision : C03.thumb.PNG.2afa90168bba634123a9a2a4b8138503.PNG

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