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Posted · Netfabb Problem

Hallo,

I´m from Germany so I hope you can forgive me because my English is not that good.

I work with Netfabb Basic for some time,but this time my model seems to have a bigger mistake, or maybe it´s also a Netfabb Problem.

If I repair my modell (.stl --> automatic repair) there are always those red surfaces like in the picture.

What do I need to do ?

Thanks for your help.

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Posted · Netfabb Problem

Try slicing it anyway. Carefully check those layers in slice view to see if it has a problem. Consider checking "fix horrible A" or "fix horrible B" but only if there is a problem.

Usually the red areas are extra parts that can be deleted, but I'm not sure.

 

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Posted · Netfabb Problem

The options gr5 is referring to are in cura, not Netfabb. It's been a long time since I used Netfabb so I can't quite remember how to use it properly. You could maybe try to put it though Netfabb's cloud service and see how that goes?

https://netfabb.azurewebsites.net/

 

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