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I'm pretty new to 3D printing and I made my own file in Blender. I exported it to Creality slicer, printed it, and it was filling the holes that aren't supposed to be filled.

It's supposed to look like this:

Screenshot of rendered model in Creality slicer

but ends up looking like this:

Screenshot of rendered model in Creality slicer with hole filled

I looked around and saw that it might be broken or something so if anyone knows how to fix that Heres my stl file:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1auVJb8xFT_33rf3gDXCzf5Hz6K9TvfSv/view?usp=sharing

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I don't use that slicer, but there are issues with the STL file, when I fixed them and sliced it looked ok.

So I suggest to fix your STL first. Lots of programs including blender have tools to help with that. Or you could use a free online stl repair.

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    $\begingroup$ thanks im printing it right now $\endgroup$
    – Bread05
    May 3 at 1:40

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