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Posted (edited) · 3d print object te klein

goedendag, ik heb via Sketchup een 3d tekening gemaakt en de afmetingen kloppen allemaal wat ik wil hebben. en ik sla mijn sketchup file op als STL. en open die in Cura Ultimaker en daar kloppen de afmetingen ook allemaal. En daarna heb ik mijn file opgeslagen als G-code. En daarna ga ik die uit laten printen en mijn ontwerp print die heel klein uit de helft kleiner als wat ik heb :| ik weet t gewoon niet meer ik heb al meerdere keren geprobeerd maar ik snap er niks van :( 


Hierbij de voorbeeld van de STL. file ontwerp


Kunnen jullie mijn hierbij helpen


Body mount front sakura d3.stl

Edited by RicardoB101
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    Posted · 3d print object te klein
    4 hours ago, phantom said:

    Je file is niks mis mee. Misschien interpreteer je de afmetingen verkeerd? 12×6.3×2 cm groot.

    Gebruik je wellicht een andere printer dan de UM's ?

    Dat dacht ik al dat mijn file niks mis mee is. De afmetingen kloppen ik heb sketchup in " millimeters " afmeting gezet en ik heb t paar x nog extra gecontroleerd. Ik heb een Inno3D M1 printer. Maar bij een maat van me die heeft dan de D1 en die ken wel goed zijn eigen ontwerp maken dus dat vind ik wel best vaag.

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    Posted · 3d print object te klein
    1 hour ago, phantom said:

    Geen idee aangezien het hier niet om een UM gaat, misschien even vragen op het forum van je printer of andere slicing software proberen?

    Hij doet 't alweer. Vraag me niet wat ik heb gedaan HAHAHAHAHA ik weet t zelf niet meer. Maar hij is goed gelukt.

    Maar toch hartelijk dank voor 't reageren en t helpen van mijn vraag.

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    Posted · 3d print object te klein

    Nou gelukkig maar dan en succes :):+1:

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