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Posted · printing metric thread from Inventor 2020

You need to do a "save as" then select type as stl on each part separately.

If you are in an assembly right click on the part and choose "open" to open that part in a separate window and then do the above.

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    Posted · printing metric thread from Inventor 2020
    On 4/19/2020 at 5:45 PM, Clayfire01 said:

    does this also apply to solidworks models ?


    For SW you should also click Save As, choose type STL, then left bottom set the options to pretty fine resolution.

    Then it will look best in the slicer.

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