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Why did Cura split my STL at this layer?


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Posted · Why did Cura split my STL at this layer?

Hello makers,

 

I am fairly new to 3d printing, I only got my Ender 3 V2 a few weeks ago, but I have the basics down. I tried printing this rag-doll of a guy I know I stitched together in Blender, but I found some terrible layer-shifts were programmed into the g-code. It even removed a few layers of hair. Not sure if the head is causing this or what. I do need this for a white elephant party soon so any input is appreciated. I scaled it to be 152.5mm tall if you try to slice it.

 

Thank you.

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