You asked for it!
This is a model I use to stress test auto-generated supports. I was able to print this model ONLY with manual supports and a lot of time.
This might not be the best angle but anyway the software should be able to generate supports in the key spots.
Asura makes generally a god job, but the print wouldn’t come out perfect.
First error I noticed is that it generates a lot of hanging supports
Then even with high density supports a lot of bits are left unsupported.
The leaf here would partially fail
Hands here would benefit of a little support
I tried to up the supports density and angle to the max but still some spots are missing and the print would come out crippled
I understand that this is a very small and complicated model and that more orientations should be tested… but still it’s with complicated 3d models that we spend more time generating supports.
That being said, the support generation is not terrible and on par with similar products. For example Chitu makes a much worse support structure than Asura on that specific model.
PS: if you want to test with the same model you can grab it on thingiverse