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Probleme beim Splicen, komische Artefakte/loch am höchsten Punkt


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Posted · Probleme beim Splicen, komische Artefakte/loch am höchsten Punkt

Hallo Community

Aktuell hab ich ein großes Problem beim Splicen, immer wenn ich die Maske Splice erzeugt er mir an der obersten Stelle ein komisches Artefakt sowie ein Loch (siehe Bild).
Ich hab auch schon diverse Einstellungen versucht, aber das Resultat blieb immer das gleiche.
Ich weiß einfach nicht mehr was ich noch versuchen kann.
Es ist auch kein einfacher Anzeigefehler da er diesen Fehler auch druckt.

 

Mfg

Manuel

 

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    Posted · Probleme beim Splicen, komische Artefakte/loch am höchsten Punkt

    There are duplicate or inverted surfaces in the model and the model needs repair.  If you are using Windows you can download MS 3D Builder from the Microsoft store.  There are also on-line repair sites.  The online sites often have a file size limit and most helmets are large files.

    When you are in the Prepare screen of Cura switch to the X-ray view and the surface might be highlighted.  The usual way to tell when there are bad surfaces is that layers are missing in the preview.

    Cura has the Mesh Tools plugin available in the MarketPlace and it is a good tool and does have some capability for repair.  This type of model error is usually beyond Mesh Tools capabilities though.

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    Posted · Probleme beim Splicen, komische Artefakte/loch am höchsten Punkt

    Thanks for the Answere.
    I was now able to splice it correctly
     

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    Posted · Probleme beim Splicen, komische Artefakte/loch am höchsten Punkt

    Cool.

    When you see oddities in the sliced model it's always good to check the model for errors.

    Another indicator of a model with errors is when it slices differently depending on how it is oriented in Cura.  If a model slices differently when vertical than it does when horizontal, or differently when rotated on the build plate then the model needs to be checked.

    Just because a model was downloaded from a site like Thingiverse doesn't guarantee it's a good model.

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