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Cura 3.0.4 merge issue

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Hello everybody,

I got a problem. I would like to merge two objects with Cura to print them together in two different colors. My problem is that Cura merges them wrong. The two objects are displaced as you can see in the pictures.5a334108e960e_Logoeinzeln.thumb.jpg.4d3a9b6181f9cfba6162c324b316bfd4.jpg

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Hope that anybody can help me to fix it. What am I doing wrong?

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5a334109134db_Logomerged.thumb.jpg.69df4a9123b33bb5660d6fc10a373bf4.jpg

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The models probably don't share the same origin when you modelled them. You can manually fix this by using ctl+click (that selects a single model in a group). That way you can manually move the model compared to the other.

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