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Where do I force the CURA to create a Raft

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Posted · Where do I force the CURA to create a Raft

Im new to 3D printing (creality Ender Pro), Fusion 360, Cura 5.0.  Im having an issue lately with bed adhesion.  Some areas stick others dont.  Printing on the flexible magnetic sheet, which Ive cleaned with alchohol.  Printing with Bed at 60C, and Extruder around 200C.  Printing PLA. 

I think printing a raft under this particular print would be helpful, but not sure where in the settings I can turn Raft On/Off.  Or if there are other things needed to force a raft to be made...

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How do I force a Raft to be created?

 

 

 

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Posted · Where do I force the CURA to create a Raft

You need to activate the setting "Build Plate Adhesion type". This opens a little pull down menu. there you can switch between raft, brim and skirt. 

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