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Slice / fill problem (bug?) with Minion Keychain Cura 14.03rc7

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I printed a minion keychain (thingiverse) using Cura 14.01 and Cura 14.03rc7.

The top part of the minion (the keychain ring) is filled in (closed) although it is not closed in the .STL file.

minion_keychain_slice_fill_error.jpg

 

The screenshots are from Cura 14.01. In 14.01 only the left ring is filled. In Cura 14.03 only a bottom layer seems filled, but in the print the entire ring is filled:

 

minion_keychain_met_ingevulde_hanger.jpg

 

(Part printed on UM2 using Cura 14.03rc7 gcode)

I tried printing with Cura 14.01 but then only left half had filled ring. The right was only partially filled in bottom layers.

 

This seems like a slicing bug. Or is it a settings thing?

 

 

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