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Posted · Details on bottom of model disappear if model is multiplied

I'm running into a very strange issue when I slice multiples of a model.   I have a model with recessed text in the bottom that touches the build plate.

If I only load a single model, slice and then preview, I can see the recessed text and the print path.  If I load the model a second time or use the "multiple selected model" to make a duplicate or multiple, slice again and then watch the preview, the recessed text on the bottom will be gone.   Does anyone have any ideas?   Any help is appreciated.

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Yoda Hashtag Repaired.stl

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Posted · Details on bottom of model disappear if model is multiplied

It looks like you haven't subtracted the text holes from the body?

 

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Posted · Details on bottom of model disappear if model is multiplied
10 hours ago, Wideopentuning said:

I have.  They print clearly when its just a single model.   

Baby Yoda Hash V4 v1.stl 18.08 MB · 0 downloads

No, you didn't. The model has a number of mistakes in it. In some cases Cura can fix these, in some cases, it can't.

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Posted · Details on bottom of model disappear if model is multiplied
On 3/2/2020 at 12:51 AM, nallath said:

No, you didn't. The model has a number of mistakes in it. In some cases Cura can fix these, in some cases, it can't.

 

I don't think I understand the original question then.    I did extrude the text from the model in Fusion 360 and when I print a single in Cura, I get results like the picture above.  If I duplicate the model, the text is gone after I slice it and then preview and/or print.   I loaded another version of the model that hasn't been ran through a repair tool.

 

I appreciate the responses.

 

Baby Yoda Hash V4 v1.stl

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Posted · Details on bottom of model disappear if model is multiplied
On 3/7/2020 at 8:46 PM, Wideopentuning said:

 

I don't think I understand the original question then.    I did extrude the text from the model in Fusion 360 and when I print a single in Cura, I get results like the picture above.  If I duplicate the model, the text is gone after I slice it and then preview and/or print.   I loaded another version of the model that hasn't been ran through a repair tool.

 

I appreciate the responses.

 

Baby Yoda Hash V4 v1.stl 18.08 MB · 1 download

I can see that there are some areas, but there are also faces where there should be none. That causes the issues.

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