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darsh87

Help with incorect slicing please

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Hello people,

we have a 3d printer at work which is a cubex trio. they recently printed off a scaled down version of a grill. I asked for the STL file so that I may try and print with my ultimaker 2 as a comparison.

As you can see from the photos it produced it completely wrong and when using layers option in cura I changed a few setting yet still it keeps doing the same any ideas as to why this is happening please?

There should be gaps in-between the grills for some reason it fills them?

The larger print out is from the cubex trio the smaller one is my ultimaker.

ill upload screen shots of my settings however they are all normal except layer height is 0.2 and speed is 35 using infofill white pla at 220 degrees

Thanks for your time

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