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Posted (edited) · Cura Slicer making some part of object grey

Hello , 

I have been trying to slice an object for 3d printing. but few parts of objects are turned into grey area. even I put support everywhere. object is hollow from inside. does anyone know why its  happening here. and how can I resolve it. please help.

 

 

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    Posted · Cura Slicer making some part of object grey
    16 hours ago, imch said:

    does anyone know why its  happening here

     

    The most likely cause of the first two is that the model is not manifold. Inspect it in X-Ray view, and it will probably show you parts in red. The models need to be fixed.

     

    For the third example, I think the part is just too thin there.

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    Posted · Cura Slicer making some part of object grey

    Yes just checked with X-rays view there is hole inside the object.  and for the third model you are right . walls are too thin .  How can I fix these issues ? can Cura fix these ?

     

    I have another question : Does anyone know which format of sd card should be used for CR10s pro ? my sd card sometime shows files sometimes doesn't.  I want to reformat sc card . so does not know which format . I use MacBook Pro (Catalina )

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    Posted · Cura Slicer making some part of object grey

    for scanned models `Meshmixer is a good program. There are lots of tutorials to help you. Thin models can easily be checked under 'Analysis' -> Thickness. Set your preferred thickness and it will show all the thin spots. It is also great for repairing.

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