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I use Fusion 360, and to export an STL file just click the button "Make" (the third one starting from the right part of the menu options) and that's it. You can choose the mesh quality and if it's for fast prototyping you can connect Fusion 360 to your slicer so you won't have to save the STL, open Cura and import the STL. ;)

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