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Posted · Cura rejects my STL but Blender 3D print tool box says file is good

Hi,

 

I use Cura 4.8 and it shows a weird FLAT  form for my Stl file when it loads it without giving me an error.

Then when I  try to slice it gives me an error : Unable to slice

Before I exported to STL I used the 3D print tool box tool to verify it and it did not flag ANY  error.

I have checked everything I could think of.

at this point, any  Help would be very much appreciated

Thank you!

mYGIRL jAN 7 PRINT .stl

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    Posted (edited) · Cura rejects my STL but Blender 3D print tool box says file is good

    I used 4.8 and it she looks to have sliced correctly.  Where did you find a flat area?

    BTW it looks better with adaptive layers on.  This is with adaptive turned off.)

     

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    Posted · Cura rejects my STL but Blender 3D print tool box says file is good

    Oh Wow!

    I get this instead (see the attached)

    I suppose it must be a cura parameter

     

     

    curaflop.jpg

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    Posted · Cura rejects my STL but Blender 3D print tool box says file is good

    Right click on the build plate and select all models.  Then on the left toolbar select the top tool (the movement tool) and make the "Z" 0.  She should drop to the build plate.

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    Posted · Cura rejects my STL but Blender 3D print tool box says file is good

    So is she a stewardess?  Cuz she was kinda floating around in the air up there.

     

    I tipped the head forward about 20°.  It isn't flat on the build plate like that and requires additional support.  I thought the finish might be better though.

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