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Printing objects too small?

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Hey everyone brand new to the whole 3D printing scene, so sorry if this is a stupid question lol. I just downloaded

these "simple ultimaker 2 feet" from thingyverse. I set up the file in CURA, but, when i print the items are tiny. I am not quite sure how i am supposed to know what size this is as no instructions are given on thingyverse. I'm guessing im overlooking some information somewhere or have a setting wrong or something, could someone please point me in the right direction?

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Have a look at the comments in the Thingiverse page. It says that the objects should be scaled by a factor of 10, they made a mistake.

It's not you - it's them!

 

Yeah thanks :) that was me who asked him that question and he responded but honestly thanks for the response!

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