Wait, You live in Brantford? Where? I’m out by the airport.
As for the the missing ghost parts, is it possible the slicer is being expected to slice a wall thinner than the width of the nozzle?
In Cura, at least, there is a Walls->Print Thin Walls checkbox. I have to use it sometimes to get text to not partially disappear when the slicer would make (let’s say) parts of a “T” thinner than the nozzle diameter and thus chooses not to print it at all.
I suppose, other than enabling this setting, there are two tests for this:
- scale the ghost to be significantly larger (say, 200% in each direction) which will have the effect of doubling the element sizes which may make them printable, or
- use a thinner nozzle (say, 0.2mm) which will take a lot longer to print, but my manage to print thin walls.
If either of these things solves the problem, then you will need to check the original model to ensure the ghost’s features are all thick enough.
Pesky things, those ghosts.