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Hello! Yes, I've experienced this problem before as well and I find that scaling parts is generally overkill since small parts are so sensitive to small tolerance changes. Instead I would suggest tweaking the print settings you used. For example, try printing at a slower speed, use 3 shells, 60% infill, and a slightly higher temp. That is often enough of make previously loose fit of the parts nice and snug.
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Hi! Yes, 10 is the correct number. It's possible to import the original STL files into a CAD software program and change how many are in the array if you'd like to adapt them yourself. A good place to start would be tinkercad.com if you're interested in learning more :)
Hi TaisH, I've added an STL for a single Thigh file for you to print, you can find it among the rest of the files located here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:868878Hope this helps!
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