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Hi, I'm trying to print this gear on my Sovol SV06. The problem with this slice is that many of the teeth in the bottom half are printed as isolated islands and not connected to each other like in the upper half. What setting should I change in order to fix this problem? A quick Google search pointed me to this GitHub discussion: https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/15056#issuecomment-1689206800  but I'm not sure whether this is what I should follow because the provided executable file does not run, and I want to make sure that is the right fix before spending time to debug the altered Cura in that GitHub comment. Thanks y'all a lot.

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    Posted · inconsistent wall when printing gear

    If you could provide the Cura project file (.3mf, get it set up then go to File > Save Project) that would really help us boffins around here narrow down the problem. And I'm not sure if it would make a difference, but you could try updating to the latest version of Cura and see if that helps at all.

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