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Here's what I don't understand. This part is perfectly symmetrical. Why does Cura place a support on one side but not on the other???

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Posted · random support

Probably because it is not perfectly symmetrical, and due to rounding issues in the algorithm.

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Posted · random support

Aag, 

 

Maybe a workaround you can try  is to change the  Support OverHang Angle to a lower value. 

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Yep, that's what I did. But I am intrigued. The design software is Fusion, the parameters are as shown here:

 

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