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I've been trying to print this model out for a while but for some reason it only prints the middle

is there anyway I can turn the entire thing into a solid or recreate it to print the entire thing?
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/s/useoke7vrdpysg8/gutorevolve.stl?dl=0

is the link to the file, just add dropbox to the beginning
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>>637635
Why not do two separate printing. Separate the model into two separate STL files.
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>>637638
Let's be real for a sec, people that print guns aren't the smartest of people
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>>637639
>people that print guns aren't the smartest of people
People in the industry doing just that have at least 20 more IQ points than you.

Looks fine in Cura, OP. It will look like crap after printing if you don't do it in two halves or use soluble support material.
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>>637640

Yeah I already split it in meshmixer and its working fine now in cura

thanks for the help
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>>637640
It's okay to be butthurt. We can't be too hard on retarded people. You're special people after all.
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>>637648
I don't print guns because I have no access to DMLS or EBM machines, otherwise I definitely would. I've printed a 50% scale one once, but only as a test print.
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>>637732
lmao are you really trying to humble brag about that?
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>>637639
>>637648
>>637745
Samefag
go back to /b/ and stop shitposting down the whole board here





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