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Exporter à la bonne échelle un STL sous Blender

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Hello à tous, je n'arrive pas à exporter à la bonne échelle sous Blender, Cura ne m'affiche jamais la bonne taille.

Je choisi Metric en échelle + scale 0.001 + Dans Mesh display, je coche Length pour afficher la valeur sur l'objet édité, tout est bon et affiché en Cm. File export STL.... dans Cura c'est pas à la bonne taille. J'ai raté quelque chose ? :(

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Alors si tu met Metric / Scale 10 ça te donne quoi?

Perso j'ai pas de soucis.

Si je laisse le scale à 1 c'est comme si je travaillais en millimètre mais dès que j'ai mis 10 ça fait comme je bossais en cm

EDIT : je ne suis pas un pro de Blender donc je n'y connais rien mais voici un petit lien si tu y comprend quelque chose -> http://www.flossmanualsfr.net/blender-pour-limpression-3d/ch010_importer-un-modele-3d

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Alors moi je ne touche pas au metric mais j'ai changer dans le panneau N - display -> et mis line 20 ( ce qui représente le plateau) puis scale a 10

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Maintenant si tu fait un cube de 20x20x20 lors de l'export stl -> sur cura tu aura un cube de 20mmx20mmx20mm

et le fait d'avoir mis line a 20 -> sa représente bien ton plateau.

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J'ai trouvé une soluce car Blender n'exporte qu'en mm, peu importe les valeurs du monde.

Il faut installer un plugin - Mesh: 3d Print Toolbox

A gauche, choisir Scale (apply scene scale to export ) et exporter le stl. Il garde alors les bonnes valeurs, c'est top. 8)

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