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Posted · Will Not 'Print All At Once'

So I think your model is faulty - it looks like you have at least 4 different models overlapping.  You want to (ideally) fix that in your CAD software (which should even allow this kind of thing).


1) What CAD software are you using?  Is this your model or did you just download it from someone else?


2) There are lots of model repair services that are free.  


netfabb free repair service is here (you have to create a free account first):


Here's another service - drag and drop mesh repair service:


Regarding "All at once".  That's when you have multiple STL files - like if you are printing little frogs and you want to print 10 of them but in "one at a time" mode.  It will completely print each frog before starting the next.  This avoids stringing between the parts and also allows you to remove some of the models mid-print.

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    Posted · Will Not 'Print All At Once'

    You could post the STL so we can see it.  You can also right click and see if there are "ungroup" or similar options.  STL files allow sub-meshes.

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