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Issue with Cura 14.7 Quickprint profile

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I am now printing a project , I use Quickprint "Fast low quality print" . The wall and other parts is printing very well. Just that the floor of my print or maybe i should say its top the is printed very thin and in doing so create hole on some conner. I know i can do some setting to take care of it. Well I am posting this is since its a preset on Cura quickprint, so I feel that your team need to do some checking. As the project is still in printing with 7 more hours to go and I need to print another copy. I hope to do some setting to correct the issue. Any advice is appreciate. Below is some image to show the issue. Thank you.

Project Size

As I cannot disclose the project so this is just to show the size. :mrgreen:

PG 2

 

PG 3

PG 1

 

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