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Posted · hexagonal nut in a solid

I created with Freecad a knob in which I have to insert a nut. I subtracted the nut from knob to get the empty space. Cura doesn't see the empty space and slicing the nut is there. Note that with other slicers this does not happen to me. There is a solution? thank you so much!

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Posted · hexagonal nut in a solid

Please provide the model or even better save the the project in Cura as 3mf file and upload it here.

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Posted · hexagonal nut in a solid

I don't have your settings in the 3mf file for whatever reason, but I can slice your model without problem with default settings.

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I guess you plan to pause the print at the height of the nut to insert it, right?

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Posted · hexagonal nut in a solid

Thanks for the reply anyway.

Yes, but i have the broblem as well when i to not try to pause the print

 

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Posted · hexagonal nut in a solid

The issue is what is the setting of cura that creates the problem?

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Posted · hexagonal nut in a solid

How does your preview looks like, like mine?

Can you post a picture of it?

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Posted · hexagonal nut in a solid

how the best way

to get the picture?

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Posted · hexagonal nut in a solid

You need to turn off supports. That’s what the light blue indicates.

 

As for pausing, I’ve done the same thing but for some reason it only works when specifying the height by layer number.

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