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Hi, I have an .stl file that that I want to cut in the z-axis. I tried it in MeshLab but the computer freezes when I select the parts I want to cut. I tried downloading Blender, but that seems a bit to advanced. Is there an easy way to do it in Ubuntu ?
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>Ubuntu
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I'm assuming it's for 3d printing. Then you need : Netfabb Basic
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it's fairly easy in blender using a boolean modifier
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>>530365
try Meshmixer



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