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Posted (edited) · Infill is done before walls inside print, while option 'infill before walls' is off



Below you can see my problem. When printing stuff, the infill is done before any walls are printed. This is really weird, when the option 'infill before walls' is clearly turned off (see first picture).




In the second picture (below), no strange things appear. The walls are printed first. However after these walls, the infill as above is printed, and after that the walls and the total infill like in the third picture is printed.




This problem only arise on layers like this one. There are no problems in earlier layers, but there are in later layers, when new bottom layers have to be printed (see last picture).




This problem arose when I changed the 'infill line width' from 0.4 to 0.5. Changing it back or restarting Cura doesn't do the trick unfortunately. Does someone perhaps know the issue or has any suggestions that I can try?



Thanks in advance!

Edited by tim_t
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    Posted · Infill is done before walls inside print, while option 'infill before walls' is off

    I've never heard of this one.

    First thing is to use the drop down menu to the right of the Search Settings box.  Set the visibility to "All" and then double check on the settings in "Infill".  If everything looks good there then you may have to re-install Cura.  As I say, I haven't seen this so I'm guessing here.

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    Posted · Infill is done before walls inside print, while option 'infill before walls' is off

    Yeah maybe I should re-install it indeed. No weird things inside infill, only cubic subdivision which is different, but changing this doesn't do the trick. 


    Thanks anyway for your reply!

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