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Taking models from Revit to Cura

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I am looking for some tips or tricks to get good results from printing models that are generated from Autodesk's Revit software. Right now I am exporting to 3DS Max, doing some minor clean up then exporting to STL. I get descent results for large parts, but for details parts there are usually lots of missing faces in the polymesh objects that cause a lot of issues with cura.

 

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