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Posted · Holes in cura

Hi guys,

anyone able to help out with this? I created the walls to be 0.4mm thick in fusion and ive done this before and it was fine but this time when I slice it, it gives me weird holes like this. I printed one out and it came out all weird and blobby and looks very messy.

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    Posted · Holes in cura

    I'd just try reprinting it at half speed - in settings in cura search for "speed" and leave the travel speed alone but set all the printing speeds to be the same value and try nice and slow such as 25mm/sec.

     

    If that doesn't fix it then install this version of cura that is better at thin walls.  MUCH better:

    https://github.com/smartavionics/Cura/releases
     

    I'm not sure if it has built in support for Ender.  It probably does if regular cura does as smartAvionics keeps pulling the latest version of Cura into his version and merging so it has good thin walls *and* it's updated regularly.

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    Posted · Holes in cura

    Another thing to try if it shows the holes in preview mode also is to change your line width to be slightly smaller.  For example if it's currently 0.4mm try 0.35mm.

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    Posted · Holes in cura
    44 minutes ago, gr5 said:

    I'd just try reprinting it at half speed - in settings in cura search for "speed" and leave the travel speed alone but set all the printing speeds to be the same value and try nice and slow such as 25mm/sec.

     

    If that doesn't fix it then install this version of cura that is better at thin walls.  MUCH better:

    https://github.com/smartavionics/Cura/releases
     

    I'm not sure if it has built in support for Ender.  It probably does if regular cura does as smartAvionics keeps pulling the latest version of Cura into his version and merging so it has good thin walls *and* it's updated regularly.

    I just downloaded that one as I usually do quite small prints so thank you for that! I tried the line width method and they disappeared and it printed out much much better!! thank you so much 🙂 

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