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Thread: 3D-Printing-Uploading data-Which scale to set?

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    3D-Printing-Uploading data-Which scale to set?

    https://i.materialise.com/3dprintlab...a-df6fde131334

    want to know how much would cost to print a small special shim. I have got the drawing(both formats) of my idea from a friend.
    its in mm and grid is 2mm. object is 36mm diameter.
    So what do i have to set under scale here?
    https://i.materialise.com/3dprintlab...a-df6fde131334
    thanks a lot
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    Click and hold, then slide.

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    Why? dont understand what scale is for.
    when set to 100% this is shown:
    The dimensions of the model are outside the allowed range for Polyamide. Please fit it in the range of 1x1x1 and 330x560x650 mm by using the scaling option below.
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    Drive me nuts it does.

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    I can slide but i dont understand what they need. maybe i should upload some examples. will first ask elsewhere.
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    Yup, this confuses me as well.

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    I really have to save up for a 3D printer.

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