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I have seen this with altering the z hop. Also when you change the layer height from 0.1 to 0.11 etc.. are you also changing the top/bottom thickness to match? It need to be the layer height multiplied by 6 or 8 times etc..

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@DidierKlein

I tried with infill value of 99% and 98%, its the same, lowering it more it disturbs my model.

@labern

i have zhop (expert settings) mostly off, but on in the retract while combing plugin. hmmm i didnt changed the t/b thickness and i didnt know that it need to be multiplied. My top and bottom thickness is 0.8 in 95% cases, the LH is changing in 0.1/0.15/0.2.

well thanks for the advices.

in the end i just refreshed few times the slice and it worked well... btw using cura 14.12.1

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