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[Feat.REQ] Separate multiple-models in a single file

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Shameless ripoff from Simplify3D, small, yet VERY powerfull feature.

If one file has multiple models, i want to separate each into an individual model. From the pic you can see a complex machinery, if i want to print just a single gear from it, its a pain to go back to SolidWorks, chop up that model, save as STL, then load it into Cura. Also, some of us might not have access to mesh-editor or any editor to remove unwanted parts from the file.
The only good thing S3D did well was "simplify" things. One click and all parts were separate. Pick on you want, delete rest and slice.

"CAN IT BE DONE?"

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