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    Ender 3 pro - newbie wall gaps issue

    Hi all, first print, first post!


    Ender 3 Pro, Cura slice software


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    I’m getting these gaps in my walls (they’re supposed to be flat vertical) and I can’t really find a similar example on the internet to refer to and tweak my settings.


    Initial layer height: 0.24
    Layer height: 0.2
    Print speed: 80
    Initial layer speed: 30
    Retraction: 6 / 25


    Not sure if there are any other settings you’d need so let me know.


    I presume this is a newbie issue so hopefully someone can give me some pointers. Thanks in advance!


    Ben

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    What is you infill percentage set to.


    This looks vaguely familiar.
    Set your perimeter "vertical shells" to 2 or 3 walls printing perimeter first followed by printing infill with overlay to .025

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    Hi thanks for the reply. Infill is 50%. I’m not familiar with those other settings but I’ll have a dig and see if I can find them!

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    I can't find anything referencing vertical shells or overlay in the Cura settings - any ideas?

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    It has been a while since using Cura mostly use PrusaSlicer 2.3.0 now.

    Looked In Cura 4.8.0 and it is called Infill Overlap Percentage and Infill Overlap

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