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Posted · Infill vizible on top surface

Hi everybody, 


so this is a strange issue that I somehow cannot solve. Maybe with some guidance from you, I will manage to fix it. 

As you can see in the image, on that small step-over, the infill is visible and top part of the outer wall is hanging directly on the infill, no support under it.  



on that middle layer, it looks like this: 


As you can see, there are only small areas for support on the right side. 

This is for a 2 line outer-wall. If I decrease this to just 1 line, the support is there on the whole perimeter: 



I would rather print with 2 line wall thickness, but I don't know which setting to change in order to have the correct support , like for the 1 line wall. 


Thanks in advance ! 




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