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Salve a tutti, vi scrivo perchè mi sto approcciando per la prima volta al mondo della stampa 3D e ho qualche, sicuramente stupida, difficoltà nel caricare un file.

Io ho dei file in formato STL ma quando clicco su "New Profile" per caricarlo e seleziono la cartella dove trovarlo, non riesco a vederlo poichè ammette solo file con estensione .ini  .

Devo settare diversamente il software per fargli accettare anche gli .stl ? Se è così dove posso farlo? Ho provato a cercare nei vari menù ma, forse anche a causa della scarsa conoscenza dell'inglese, non ci sono riuscito.

Oppure accetta solo file con estensione .ini (anche se mi sembra strano) e non si può fare diversamente.

Un grazie in anticipo a chi potrà aiutarmi a capire dove sbaglio.

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