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Cura 4.5: Wrong Holes

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Posted · Cura 4.5: Wrong Holes

Hello,

after a few misprints, I found, that cura 4.5 made wrong holes, if a cube (openscad) was used to make a hole.

All holes are only some mm from each edge!

1st pic: from openscad

2nd pic: wrong name

3nd pic: Cura prepare

4nd pic: Cura preview, you can see what's going wrong.

 

openscad.jpg

cura 4.5 preview.jpg

cura 4.5 prepare.jpg

cura preview.jpg

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Posted (edited) · Cura 4.5: Wrong Holes
15 minutes ago, EberleAl said:

Hello,

after a few misprints, I found, that cura 4.5 made wrong holes, if a cube (openscad) was used to make a hole.

All holes are only some mm from each edge!

1st pic: from openscad

2nd pic: wrong name

3nd pic: Cura prepare

4nd pic: Cura preview, you can see what's going wrong.

 

openscad.jpg

cura 4.5 preview.jpg

cura 4.5 prepare.jpg

cura preview.jpg

 

cura preview 90°.jpg

Edited by EberleAl
5th pic

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