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STL file 3D printing


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My name is Raman and I am mechanical engineer and I want anyone one of you to please check my STL file(made through CATIA) if it is 3D printable. I don't have 3D printer so please if anybody has printer would you please check it for me. I have checked file through NETFABB and it shows file ok. It is just a small cube of size 2cm. File is attached in zip format. And please suggest me what should be the size(in MB) of standard file for printing and what does sag represent also what should be its vaue in catia while exporting file to STL. Thank you in advance. :)



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Hi Raman,

I checked your file. It's 3D printable. You could always try to run it through https://makeprintable.com/ to check it it's 3D printable or not. There isn't a specific size, it all depends on what you want to 3D print and usually a slicer can handle large files.