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Random Missing part of layers

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Most of the times when i try to make the Gcode, there is a missing part of layers.

For exemple this one : 1.thumb.png.08a23fd51d8af439636f66ce76529a07.png



As you can see, there is no probleme.

But when i try to do the Gcode, this happend almost every time.


It's very annoying because i have to do the gcode again and again.

Plus if i try to put 2 or more items, it happend every time.

I use the latest version of cura and it happend on differents computers.





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It's hard to see what's missing on the images (the new forum software seems to just shrink images down without keeping the original?). You might want to play around with the "Fix horrible" checkboxes in the expert settings and see if that helps.

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I have already played with the settings, nothing changes.

When i check the layers from the stl, there is no roblems.

But when i save it to a Gcode and i check it, with the same stl some times it's only the first layer that mising or i got the 10 first layers, then the layers from 11 to 60 went missing and i get back the layers from 61 to the end.

This morning i tried to do a Gcode, and i passed around 30 minutes to get a good Gcode.

I have used cura on windws xp,7 and 8 ad every times i had this problem every times.

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