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Hi All ,

i have been trying for weeks to print this , would any of the members please have a look and tell me what im doing wrong, 

or is it the model ?

thank you

CFFFP_para.3mf

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Posted · Something Wrong

I think the details on the model are too thin... Anyway, I was no able to get anything good.

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Posted (edited) · Something Wrong

Hi jockcrav,

 

Welcome in here.

 

I just looked at your model in Cura, using X-ray view, here you can see lots of red parts, meaning not connected together with the base of your model.  All parts like this must be connected to be properly sliced, if not you'll loose those details.

Here is a picture of your model from one side (kind of Z view). The quality of our model must be all joined together.  Also the lines are "super" tiny..

Keyword here, use a good 3D drawing tool.

 

Thanks

Torgeir

 

X-Ray.thumb.jpg.adbd4b7d70ab23b44bf775489f4569bf.jpg

 

Edited by Torgeir
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Posted · Something Wrong

Thank you for having a look , i will need to get an artist,not one of the design i paid for print , waste of money so far.

thank you again

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