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SLDPRT to STL?

HelloImPJ

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My father works with special needs students. This week, they are build their own pinball machine. Looking online trying to spice up the design, I found this great site with pinball designs:

https://pinballmakers.com/wiki/index.php?title=Files_Section

Way wayyyy down belowe are what I found to be 3 Solidworks files: A loop da loop, a vertical loop and a bracket for wire tracks. This would be amazing for the children, but I can't find a way to convert these to a nice STL for 3d printing without Solidworks, which I don't own. Would there be someone willing to convert these? I have attached them in a ZIP file. View attachment Pinball files.zip

For those with more interest, the creator also has a blog:

https://homebrewpinball.blogspot.co...howComment=1549570601689#c7800209329832842010

Thanks in advance!
 

el-mariachi

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My father works with special needs students. This week, they are build their own pinball machine. Looking online trying to spice up the design, I found this great site with pinball designs:

https://pinballmakers.com/wiki/index.php?title=Files_Section

Way wayyyy down belowe are what I found to be 3 Solidworks files: A loop da loop, a vertical loop and a bracket for wire tracks. This would be amazing for the children, but I can't find a way to convert these to a nice STL for 3d printing without Solidworks, which I don't own. Would there be someone willing to convert these? I have attached them in a ZIP file. View attachment 2154

For those with more interest, the creator also has a blog:

https://homebrewpinball.blogspot.co...howComment=1549570601689#c7800209329832842010

Thanks in advance!
Which cad do you have?

have you tried onshape? If I remember correctly it can import solidworks files and export stl, plus its free for "maker" accounts
 

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