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Posted (edited) · Internal structure problem (Cura created tiny hole in slice)

Hi! How can I convince Cura to generate this part without that little hole?

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I was curious how Prusa Slic3r handles it and it puts there bigger surface area.

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Is there any setting or something that will fix this?

Thank you!

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    Posted · Internal structure problem (Cura created tiny hole in slice)

    Try to increase the wall count to 3 or 4, maybe that helps. 
    I am not sure if there is something else which could solve it too, but I would try it with more walls.

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    Posted · Internal structure problem (Cura created tiny hole in slice)

    Thank you, this works.

    But I still wonder if there is better solution than increasing the wall count... I would expect Cura do it's best to not create any holes without any settings.

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    • leoshusar changed the title to Internal structure problem (Cura created tiny hole in slice)
    Posted (edited) · Internal structure problem (Cura created tiny hole in slice)

    Thank you! This works too and is closer to what I would expect 🙂

    Before (0.8 mm):

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    After (0.6 mm):

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    Posted · Internal structure problem (Cura created tiny hole in slice)

    The solution from Greg is definitely the better one when you don't need 3 or more wall on the object. It also safes printing time to keep the 2 walls.

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