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Hi all 😊 

I was wondering if I could ask a favour? I'm not familiar with how to modify STL files, and I would like to print the following file, but with a few modifications (as it's not very printer friendly at the moment):

At the moment the model can't be printed easily as neither part of the skull has a flat bottom, so I was wondering if someone could make the following changes for me?

  • Group upper skull and upper teeth together as one model, but with a small amount sliced off the underside so it's flat enough to stick to my print bed properly
  • Group lower skull and lower teeth together as one model, and again with a completely flat bottom so it will stick to my print bed

I will then glue the two parts together once they've been printed.

Thanks so much!

David 😀 

This topic was modified 5 months ago by David Hogg
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two versions of upper and one of lower attached. Print upper upside down

This post was modified 5 months ago by Pete

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I used the free app on windows called 3D Builder


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