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Cura putting in random layers

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Posted · Cura putting in random layers

Hey guys.

I am having a weird problem with my dear ultimaker original.

I am trying to print a ring with some thread in it. As we see in the picture:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/50op0qpmb6prqxy/Sk%C3%A6rmbillede%202014-02-17%20kl.%2012.21.30.png

If i put the ring down and show the layers, the weird thing happen:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/5flbnmf67ed62m9/Sk%C3%A6rmbillede%202014-02-17%20kl.%2012.22.01.png

It fills out some random layers at a random height, its about 5-10 layers?

Where do the random annoying layers come from? I tried the exact same .stl in slic3r and no problem there.

It is in cura version 14 og 13.12, I can use 13.11 but it screws up my overhangs :/

I really hope that someone can help me out here.

Have a nice day.

/Jens

 

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Posted · Cura putting in random layers

It's a bug in 14.01 related to the fix-horrible type A, it's in the expert settings. Disabling works around the bug.

 

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