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Posted (edited) · CURA Ignoring certain part of model

Hello,

 

I am trying to print a dog bone specimen for tensile testing.

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One weird thing is that a portion of the bottom is not being recognized.

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It's odd because the top of the model is also wide and that is recognized.

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 I have been playing with the settings but cannot seem to find a way to have Cura recognize the wider base (bottom).

 

Edited by ewang331
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