Flow::mm3_per_mm() produced negative flow. Did you set some extrusion width too small?
 
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Flow::mm3_per_mm() produced negative flow. Did you set some extrusion width too small?  

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Frank
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Flow::mm3_per_mm() produced negative flow. Did you set some extrusion width too small?

A complicated, but not *too* complicated object is giving me this error when I try to slice it.  This is an upgrade from a design I created (and printed successfully) some years ago.

I can't upload the STL file, but I have made the design public so you can view it using TinkerCad (search for "DeWalt Body Clip")

Any idea  why I'm getting this error?

TIA,

Frank

 

 

Posted : 01/05/2021 12:26 am
Frank
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Topic starter answered:
RE: Flow::mm3_per_mm() produced negative flow. Did you set some extrusion width too small?

Hmm, loaded the STL from TinkerCad into Windows 3D Builder app, clicked on the 'repair' icon (wrench) when it offered to repair 'invalid components', saved the result as a .3MF file, imported the .3MF into PS (PrusaSlicer-2.3.0), and now all is well.  Go figure.

Posted : 01/05/2021 12:37 am
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