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Github and step files

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Hi guys. First post here on the forum so be gentle on me.

I've had my UMO+ for 2 weeks now, and i want to print me some noise dampeners in ninjaflex for the x/y steppers.

so i found them on github, but sence not all the messurements is in the pdf i was thinking i could open the step file in autodesk...but i've never used github before so i dont know how to get the actual file.

This is the link for github https://github.com/Ultimaker/Ultimaker-Original-Plus/tree/master/1241_Motor_Spacer_%28x2%29

should I make a empty stepfile and copy paste the code or how do i get it to show the model in autodesk inventor?

:???:

 

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