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Object in Cura too large to be selected

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Posted (edited) · Object in Cura too large to be selected

I've uploaded a large file into cura and it fully loaded, but due to the size of the object is appears massive. This object is so massive it cannot be selected to be scaled down. I had this object in Autodesk Maya and made it as small as I could before exporting it as an OBJ file. Is the a command in cura i can use that would select all objects allowing me to scale this down? please help.

The bund of shanghai.obj

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Posted · Object in Cura too large to be selected

The circled object is what you are looking for. But, if you are doing the modeling, work in millimeters and work to a scale that would allow for you to know what you are dealing with. ?

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Posted · Object in Cura too large to be selected

You can do ctrl+A to select all models on the build plate. Or right-click then Select all models on the pop-up menu.

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