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Old   January 17, 2024, 01:36
Default Regarding stl file
Ajay Jatoliya
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Hello REEF3D Team,

When I am exporting an STL file in REEF3D, it has different dimensions as I am created in CAD software.

For Example, i have created a circular pile in CAD software with a Diameter of 0.15 m, but in REEF3D, it is showing 150m.

I have also tried to scale down it with 0.001, but it not working

Thank you
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Old   January 17, 2024, 03:24
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Could it be that you are looking at the measurements on some kind of scale in your CAD software, that might explain the difference?

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