Thanks for heading that up. I dropped off for a bit, should have been checking in. This wasn't "properly" modeled for printing per-se. I did it in 3ds max instead of something like fusion/inventor because that's what I use at work and is much more my comfort zone. I should bring it in and create it parametrically.ICMF wrote: ↑Sat Sep 23, 2017 1:29 pmLooks like there were a couple of errors created when the model was saved as a printable file. They're really easy to fix with a free application called Netfabb (kind of surprised the person printing your file isn't doing this anyway). I've uploaded the corrected version here; try sending them this one:
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What's strange, though, is that from the posts above... obviously the original file has printed just fine. I just loaded it into Cura and I'm not getting any errors. I didn't notice any major issues scanning through the layers either. So what would be the problem now? Different slicer?
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