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stefanl38

Konic holes ignored

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Hi designed an adapter for a flexible tube with google sketchup 2014.

(I use a vacuum-cleaner as extraction-system for a wood-mill.

it's a small tube 30mm high slightly conic.

At the base is a flange with 4 woles for small screws.

These holes have a conic form for conic screwheads.

In the normal preview the conic holes are there.

But CURA does not create GCode for them.

Also in the Layers preview the conic holes in the flange are just not there.

What do I have to change to make cura accept these conic holes?

See uploaded pictures Tube Normal preview and Tube layer preview

best regards

Stefan

Tube Normal PreviewTube Layer Preview

Tube Layer Preview

 

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Most likely disabling "fix horrible type A" works around your problem.

The main issue is most likely that Sketchup is generating horrible meshes again (it's great at generating horrible meshes, and you might want to look at designspark mechanical)

 

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