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Posted · How to partially infill

Hello-

I am trying to print this part with a hole that goes through 1/3 of the way. I have tried many different approach S like zeroing the infil and going to special mode and changing it to surface mode, but it still prints a infil or support in the hole. The part is printed in the same position as in the pic with pink lines.  Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.  

Brad

 

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Posted · How to partially infill

Hi, could you please attach the model file to this thread? Thanks.

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Posted · How to partially infill

Hello Burtoogle,

 

Thank you for replying to my question. I have attached the STL file to this thread. 

 

 

rev11 (6).STL

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Posted · How to partially infill

Hi, thanks for the model. Well, I sliced it using my normal settings and it looks OK, here's the last layer of the hole...

 

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Here's the same model with the remove all holes setting enabled, perhaps you have done that?

 

Screenshot_2020-06-01_20-02-32.thumb.png.750c3052a3589539a20f3a91ab12c0e8.png

 

 

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Posted · How to partially infill

I haven't looked at mess fixtures. I'll make those change and see how it goes, and let you know.

 

 

Thank you for helping me!

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Posted · How to partially infill

Hello Burtoogle, Happy 4th  of July!

 

Wonder if you can offer me some more advice. 

 

I keep getting an error when I downloaded Cura 4.6.1 pic included. That is causing some issues I think with printing.

Issue-

I must print my part using the standard Brim. However when I do that the part wont stick to the plate. I've printed many of these and never had this issue. This is a brand new printer, same model I used b-4 Monoprice V2 mini with no Brim Issues. I looks like to me that there isn't enough filament coming out on Brim mode. Is this adjustable, does it need to be adjusted. It shows 100%  

 

But, when I switch to Raft it sticks no problem. Raft is not a strong enough hold for this part. I really need to fugue out what is causing this. Is it the error I keep getting when I down load Cura, Is it a setting that I am missing? 

 

Any help is appreciated. 

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MSMV2E3D_rev11 (3).3mf

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Posted · How to partially infill

Remove those profiles and see what happens...

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Posted · How to partially infill
7 hours ago, Bah454 said:

Hello Burtoogle, Happy 4th  of July!

 

Wonder if you can offer me some more advice. 

 

I keep getting an error when I downloaded Cura 4.6.1 pic included. That is causing some issues I think with printing.

Issue-

I must print my part using the standard Brim. However when I do that the part wont stick to the plate. I've printed many of these and never had this issue. This is a brand new printer, same model I used b-4 Monoprice V2 mini with no Brim Issues. I looks like to me that there isn't enough filament coming out on Brim mode. Is this adjustable, does it need to be adjusted. It shows 100%  

 

But, when I switch to Raft it sticks no problem. Raft is not a strong enough hold for this part. I really need to fugue out what is causing this. Is it the error I keep getting when I down load Cura, Is it a setting that I am missing? 

 

Any help is appreciated. 

Cura Error Pic.jpg

MSMV2E3D_rev11 (3).3mf 220.77 kB · 0 downloads

 

I would personally reset Cura so it's all back to default settings, if you still get a problem with brims not sticking it could be that the print cores/feeders need to be cleaned.

 

Because you might not be getting the full filament flow, what means the filament don't get pushed down to the glass as much.

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