I have included the .3mf files and some pictures. The solid part is the Left side and the under-extruded part is the right side. (The right side part was very weak and the rest of it ripped off as I was taking it off the printer bed. That is why it is shorter that the left part).
I don't quite under stand what you mean by:
Quote3 hours ago, gr5 said:
Did you go back to a "left" print and did it recover?
I printed the whole left part, and when it was done I turned off my printer, and the next day I printed the right part. When the right part didn't print properly I waited for it to finish (just to see) and then turned off the printer and printed the left part again (to see if it would print properly) the next day.
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Please post some pictures.
Also know that the gcode is almost useless to us - more useful would be to do a "file" "save" from Cura. This creates a 3mf file that saves all your printer settings, your profile, your stl(s) and any modifications to the STL (such as mirroring, moving, scaling).
I guess it would be good to save the 3mf from the left and right version.
But most importantly post some pictures.
It seems extremely unlikely that the problem is in the model or in cura. More likely something happened with the printer in between. Did you go back to a "left" print and did it recover?
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