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ronstew

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  1. Solidworks export to stl info that I could have found before I posted yesterday: https://forum.solidworks.com/thread/207557 Thanks @gr5.
  2. Useful part of the post: It took me a while to figure out that to use the Barbarian plugin, I need to zoom in on my part (which at 2 mm x 1 mm x 1 mm is too small to see at first) then click on it, THEN click Extensions/Barbarian plugin/Convert to metric. Opinion: @geert_2 - I have used SI units at work and school for 45 years. But for personal work, I prefer inches and mils (thousandths of inches). Please do not suppose that I will grow to prefer millimetres.I prefer software that has a preference setting that allows the choice. But hey, Cura is free, and there is a functional plugin to convert after loading if I work in inches. What should I expect for free?
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