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error in cura 14.01

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Hi guys

I got this error in cura, for the all last versions. In one laptop it is working and in my new one I`m getting this. Has anyone passed by this error? How to fix it?

I have already reinstalled but no success....

thanks!

curaerror

 

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Change the layer height to .2mm and if it still crashes try .4mm. I think you are slicing into too many movements. This large print at .08 layers is going to take maybe 20 hours by the way. I think you are basically running out of the 2GB of memory that Cura slicing engine has access to.

 

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