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Cura creating tiny letter "particles" in layers below text


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Posted · Cura creating tiny letter "particles" in layers below text

Hello,

Cura is creating these tiny letter particles in layers under the text and it's messing up my face layer:

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Text layer:

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Doesn't matter what software I use to make my model, doesn't matter if it's a model from the internet. Prusa slicer doesn't do that.

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    Posted · Cura creating tiny letter "particles" in layers below text

    Hi @larryare

    Try changing your top skin expand distance to a higher value.

    Here is an example

     

    Layer 45:

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    Layer 46:

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    If that doesn't do the job could you share your project file? So I can have a better look at it.  

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