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Posted · Disable Cura automated 'infill'

The part is defective.  I know it looks fine in freecad but it's not fine.  Since it isn't your part I recommend you try netfabb repair.


netfabb free repair service is here (you have to create a free account first):


As far as splitting it up - Cura did that back in version 16.X but not anymore.  Freecad should be able to do that but I don't know freecad very well.  meshmixer (also free) might be easier.  Try googling this subject.  meshmixer might also have some model repair features.

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    Posted · Disable Cura automated 'infill'

    If that's all it takes then it's probably just the "normals" are backwards in a portion of the print.   STL file contains unordered triangles and each triangle has "normal" with it to say which side of the triangle faces air and which side faces plastic.

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    Posted · Disable Cura automated 'infill'
    4 hours ago, gr5 said:

    If that's all it takes then it's probably just the "normals" are backwards in a portion of the print. 


    No, if the "Remove all holes" option was enabled, then Cura did exactly what it was instructed to do, and the model was likely just fine.

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