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Posted · problema file obj in cura

Good morning a tutti, avrei bisogno di qualche dritta su come sistemare un .obj che dopo lo slicing in cura si sfasa tutto. (premetto che non me ne intendo particolarmente di modeling 3d, e infatti speravo che qualcuno riuscisse ad aiutarmi [ho allegato gli screen e l'obj nel caso qualcuno appese aiutarmi] 🙂 ).




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    Posted · problema file obj in cura

    Mi dispiace, non parlo italiano ma penso di poterti aiutare.

    Have you tried doing a quick mesh fix with the Meshtools Plugin? 
    You can get it here: https://marketplace.ultimaker.com/app/cura/plugins/fieldofview/MeshTools
    If that doesn't fix it you can try a more elaborate mesh fixer like https://myminifactory.github.io/Fast-Quadric-Mesh-Simplification/.

    But in your case I might load into mesh mixer and sculpt some of the holes closed
    An .obj is usually a shell of something, if you want to 3D print something you need something solid and watertight. You probably need to close the neck of this model with some sculpting. 

    I hope this helps. It looks like a cool printjob!

    Buona fortuna!

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