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The top of my objects and infill not slicing in Cura


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Posted (edited) · The top of my objects and infill not slicing in Cura

Hi, so I have three objects that I am slicing in Cura. The problem arises when I take a look at the printing through layer view as the top of the print and the infill from the middle to the top of the object is not showing up. I have tried using mesh tools to repair and such, and while I did not receive any errors, it didn't solve the issue. I was hoping someone knew what was wrong. I have attached the 3d file from Cura.


My printer is a eryone Er-20.


EE_Bottom Middle.3mf

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    Posted · The top of my objects and infill not slicing in Cura

    You have spiralize enabled. So that is why you don't have any infill. The model that you are trying to print isn't really something that can be spiralized.


    Disable spiralize and it should work again.



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