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Cura 14.07 doesnt want to add support pillar

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Cura 14.07 doesn't want to add support pillar, Im trying to print model from Thingiverse and in case 90deg overhangs It doesn't add support structure no matter what I do!! Slicer in same time add support properly.... But I want to make it work in Cura.

I have single extruder setup

Please help.

Sharing sample stl file.



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Think I messed up the comment or implementation on the overhang angle, as with 0 degrees it does support the parts you want.


Did not catch what you mean about 0 deg, but part was created upright (fins were vertical) so I rotated it 90deg and placed on the build surface flat, is that what caused confusion in Cura ?


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