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Posted (edited) · 200x200 mm STL to fit on build plate?

Can you get an STL with dimensions 200 x 200 x 63 mm to fit on the build plate of a UM3 Extended for use with single extruder??

I have been trying for hours to get this to fit and no matter what I do I can't get it to.


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Posted · 200x200 mm STL to fit on build plate?

Anyone know if this is possible? 200x200x63 mm on a UM3 Extended using only a single extruder?

I can get it to fit on my UM2 but I can't seem to get it fit on UM3

please help!

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