So i repaired my model created using Adobe Fuse which was largely unprintable, and after the repair, it looked very good
I imported the model into my Simplify3D software, and adjusted settings for high resolution printing on my FlashForge Creator Pro.
After printing, it came out with a really strange anomaly that I cannot seem to explain. After first print, I assumed it was a problem with the printer itself and perhaps the filiment got snagged when feeding the printer. Here's the issue:
Thinking it was my printer, I printed it again and got the same result.
I started taking a closer look at the model in Simplify3D - and in the editor, it does look good, and the model is complete - those gaps/lines in the top half of the print does not exist
However, when I generate the gcode and view it in the preview - the gaps are present:
So, i'm trying to understand if this is something that is a result of the repaired model, or if it's an issue with the Simply3D software when generating the print code?
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