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Posted (edited) · Infill problem (I think)

Hi there, I'm new to this forum and I'm here to ask your help. I have an Anet A6 3d printer and I'm recently having troubles with Cura. At first, prints were perfect, but now, for some strange reason, when Cura slices my models. Look at pictures and tell me how I can fix this thing, please! (I forget to say that isn't a model problem because I have the same issue on various ones)

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    Posted · Infill problem (I think)

    Surax---

     

    Have you found a solution to this?  I also have run into the same issue.  The infill pattern is being printed through the outside layers of any model I have tried.  It started once i downloaded 4.5 update last month. Previous versions of Cura had super smooth outer layers.   

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    Posted · Infill problem (I think)

    I started to have that problem in the same exact moment. Unfortunately, I can't manage to fix it because my thermistor broke and I'm waiting for a replacement... The few attempts I made was just about changing wall thickness (I used 3 walls and situation started to became a little better), but there were still some imperfections... If you achieve some results, post your config please!!! I will do the same when a new thermistor will come

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    Posted · Infill problem (I think)
    On 4/16/2020 at 7:48 PM, funkytown35 said:

    Surax---

     

    Have you found a solution to this?  I also have run into the same issue.  The infill pattern is being printed through the outside layers of any model I have tried.  It started once i downloaded 4.5 update last month. Previous versions of Cura had super smooth outer layers.   

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    I fixed my printer yesterday. When I opened Cura, a new update to 4.6 was available and so I tried to update it. It SEEMS that the problem has been fixed! Just try to update

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