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Guten Morgen,

 

ich habe folgendes Problem ich möchte ein Lego Modell Drucken, ob es überhaupt was wird sei mal dahin gestellt.

 

Mein Problem ist das die STL viel zu groß, ein paar hundert MB.

 

ich habe es von inventor schon auf denn niedriegsten Werten als STL Gespeichert aber immer noch viel zu Groß.

 

Hat jemand Tipss für mich?

 

Grüße Stefan

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Hallo,

 

In welchen Format hast du den die STL exportiert (Binär oder in ASC2) Nach meinen wissen sind die ASC2 STL Dateien größer.

Und was auch nicht zu vernachlässigen ist, ist die Einheit mit dem du die STL erstellst. Cura geht immer von mm aus, wenn die STL aber in ZOLL erstellt wird, werden diese sehr klein in Cura importiert.

 

Meine STL Dateien haben nur max 25mb!!! Wie groß ist den das Teil??

 

Gruß

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