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Load the model in Cura.  Set the "Infill Density" to 100% and slice.

You could also set the "Wall Count" to a very high number (50?)

You could set the "Top/Bottom Layers" to a high number (500?).

Any of those would achieve the same result.  The difference would be in the extrusion pattern used on the inside.


The best file to troubleshoot with is a project file.  It will contain:  your printer, the model, and your current settings. You can produce one by using the "File | Save Project" command in Cura.  Then post that 3mf file here.

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