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Posted · Unexpected Auto Scaling Object

Hi, is it normal behaviour that Cura scales objects to absurd sizes when dropping models onto the printplate? How can this be disabled?

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Posted · Unexpected Auto Scaling Object

It's because the models are absuredly small. So small that you wouldn't even be able to select them if we didn't scale them.

 

Anyhow, there is a setting in the preferences for this called "Scale extremely small models"

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Posted (edited) · Unexpected Auto Scaling Object

Thanks nallath. Just what I was looking for. (These small objects are just remains of the letters AB).

Works perfect now. 

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