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Hallo

Ik wil 2 objecten  samenvoegen, een plaatje met tekst erop.

Ik selecteer de 2 modellen maar het lukt vervolgens niet om de tekst bovenop het plaatje te leggen.

Wie heeft er tips.

Vriendelijk dank

groet Hetty

 

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Dag @custom3d,

 

Ten eerste ziet je model er wel heel erg klein uit. Hij lijkt een halve mm hoog te zijn en maar 12mm breed. Je zal deze eerst groter moeten schalen zou je uberhaupt iets willen printen.

 

Wat betreft het samenvoegen van een dual color bestand, toevallig is het daar eerder deze week over gegaan. Ik zou voor willen stellen eens een kijkje te nemen in deze thread: 

 

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