Hello. I am having this same exact problem. Did the solution to @Th3RadMan problem end up being adjusting infill overlap?
Never had any feedback on this one, so I do not know, however -using the "gcode file" and view it in Cura will actually give you a "real" picture of how your object will lock like when printed!
PS. You need to tell Cura to be able to view the "gcode files" in the "setup settings" -when installing Cura.
If you have not done this, you'll have to reinstall the version of Cura you're using and tell Cura that you want to be able to view "gcode files" as well.
This is the important message in here.
Happy 3D printing.
Try to reduce the "infill overlap" in Cura, this one, is normally set to 10%, however, in some object I'll reduce it to about 3% and this work for me.
PS: What you show us here in your print, can be seen using the gcode file viewer in Cura.
The important thing to remember is; use the gcode file that you send to your printer (and not the one shown in Cura after slicing).
If the gcode viewer in Cura show "something", your printer "normally" will print exactly that!
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