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samhenderson27

So this just happened... Why?

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Hopefully you can see the images. If so, you can see I modeled my basic plate, using Inventor, sent it to Cura as per normal but when I printed it, it didn't print the holes. I have made many other plates like this with the same process and not had this problem? Is this common and does anyone know why this happened?

Note: It does not show the holes in layer view..

Thanks.

 

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