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Bug in Cura 14.03

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I'm having a problem in the latest (stable) version of Cura, namely version 14.03.

I've attached a picture to clarify.



If the object is oriented differently (for example, vertically, with the pin overhaning) Cura does fine at slicing the object. It's the same for another object, everything but the bottom of the model is looking correct.


Please fix this, for now I'll be using 14.01 again :)

ps. Why can't I insert pictures? I get this notification for both PNG and JPEG...

"You are not allowed to use that image extension on this community."


picture uploaded to different site, it looks like it's working now! :)


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"You are not allowed to use that image extension on this community."


Not sure. Go to "gallery" in top left of this page, click that, then click blue "upload" button. Does it let you now? You can't upload until you verify your email but I think you already did that.


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Ultimaker 2

There must be some bug or more than one.

With 14.03 i have a problem too.

It looks like want to run out of the buildplate and models layers are different.(Crashs to the outside border like to have an order to drive out there)

I did reload to 13.12 and it want to print fine.

For example, the pic is a start of a lithophane(in .14.03)

You can see the different layers.

Other things are no buildplate temperature



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OK i try again.firmware to 14.03.

My model is a raven.

It try to print(if the buildplate is a clock) on 12 hour(where the Ultimaker 2 Chars are and the spindle of buildplate.

Then i try again with 13.11.

And its start print fine in the middle of the clock.

The problem is too, it want with 14.03 run out of the buildplate with a power, i think it can damage the machine.

Yesterday it bring the buildplate not up so print to the air.

For me its very unstable and i cannot more testing.


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