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Holes in corners of the print with Cura

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Posted (edited) · Holes in corners of the print with Cura

Hi!

 

I have a problem with my prints from Cura.

As you can see below on the photos there are holes in the corners of my prints. I really don't know what's causing this because If I use similar settings in Slic3r there are no gaps in the final print.

 

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Here are my settings:

adhesion_type = none
layer_height = 0.2
layer_height_0 = 0.3

brim_line_count = 6
brim_width = 1
cool_fan_full_at_height = 0.7
cool_fan_full_layer = =max(1, int(math.floor((cool_fan_full_at_height - resolveOrValue('layer_height_0')) / resolveOrValue('layer_height')) + 2))
cool_fan_speed = 80
cool_fan_speed_min = 80
fill_outline_gaps = True
infill_overlap = 15
ironing_enabled = True
ironing_flow = 0
ironing_pattern = concentric
material_flow = 98
material_flow_layer_0 = 100
material_print_temperature = 205
optimize_wall_printing_order = True
retraction_amount = 0.5
retraction_speed = 35
speed_equalize_flow_max = 35
speed_ironing = 15
speed_layer_0 = 20.0
speed_print = 30
speed_topbottom = 30.0
speed_travel = 100
speed_travel_layer_0 = 50
speed_wall = 30.0
speed_wall_x = 30.0
travel_compensate_overlapping_walls_enabled = False
wall_line_count = =1 if magic_spiralize else max(1, round((wall_thickness - wall_line_width_0) / wall_line_width_x) + 1) if wall_thickness != 0 else 0
wall_thickness = 1.2

 

I also use heatbed at 60 °C and I'm printing with PLA. I'm slicing with Cura 4.4.1.

 

Thanks!

 

 

Edited by CrazyMaker210

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