I'm trying to 3D print a statue of a character that has a thin skirt. Problem comes in when I export and load it into a slicer, both Cura and S3D, it doesn't recognize sections of the skirt and won't print said sections. I'm trying all the print thin wall tricks I know, and even with a 0.25 nozzle on my Ultimaker 2, I'm still not getting anywhere. I also attempted to scale up in the slicer and rotate so the model would print on it's back, or tilted at 45 degrees.
On the Blender side of things, I've searched up and down trying to figure this out, and so far, nothing worked. I tried Solidify, Displace, Subsurf. I tried separating the skirt to conduct its own modifiers, and reattaching. I tried scaling the model as the first thing I do in Blender, but that caused major distortion when I copy over the pose data. I've played around with each modifier options at each step. Still can't really figure anything out.
Since the model seems alright in Blender, I go and export model as OBJ, and run it through MS 3D Builder to correct anything. I tried Netfabb for correction, but the model is too much for Netfabb to handle. I'm out of ideas, and I've asked on a FB group, and all I got was everything I found on my own and tried already. I really don't know where to go from here, and tbh, I don't even know if its a Blender problem or not, but any help is appreciated. Willing to share model if need be.
UPDATE: Added model for anyone kindly enough to help- https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XijAr2Aowmr-zLuCmdM8pEiTsomrhuQK