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Posted · 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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Posted · So this just happened... Why?

Look at expert configuration and under fix horrible menu. Check or uncheck those one by one and inspect under layer view if your problem is resolved

 

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Posted · So this just happened... Why?

Ahh the problem was the 'combine everything (type B)' was checked. Unchecked that the holes now appear in layer view!

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Posted · So this just happened... Why?

X-ray view is your friend. If there are red areas, your model is wrong.

It basicly means that the model you gave cura is probably incorrect and that it's coping mechanisms did not work.

 

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