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Newer Cura versions produce not logical Adhesion(Brim) layer line order


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Posted · Newer Cura versions produce not logical Adhesion(Brim) layer line order

Hello to all,

This is my first activity on the forum - I was not able to figure out nor to find any Ideas on forum, sorry if I'm missing a tree in the forest:

I'm using Cura 4.5 on Ultimaker Original with heated bed upgrade( but the mechanics is fine).

I'm heaving a trouble with path-lines in adhesion layer - the way it is done below makes almost every project to fail brim printing. It succeeds if the adhesion to the bed is perfect so these goofy stuff stick...

The picture says more words so i'll upload the chronological order:


Why does Cura decide to create inner circles before it connects it to already fixed parts?

I did not have these troubles with older version of Cura, but I cannot recall how older... Maybe 4.0... Or I haven't had such multi-part projects... (I attached an exported project too...)





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