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For those working from the PDF files you'll need to scale the file "1-1 Template.pdf" by 5.42 times or 542% depending on how your software handles scaling. Not sure why that one is off by such an odd amount. The DWG file has all the parts correctly scaled.
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Is your design available?Exactly what process did you use to go from 3d model to layers?With Sketchup Free you can get an STL export plugin and might could then coerce 123d Make into making layers but it probably wouldn't be a clean as your method.
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That means the "unit" is meters. So the 2x2 default cube is 2000 mm x 2000mm. In order to draw this correctly you'd be dealing with a lot of "0.034" type numbers. As I recommended, most people just use blender units and treat them as mm. Easy to understand, no crazy math involved or odd scaling factors. Then when you draw something 34mm it is 34 not 0.0034Thanks again for this design, I love a nice multipart print.
Cura scales the STLs as if they are in meter units (x1000) which seems about right, though the trooper file is then 230mm on an axis which is large for most.STLs don't have a unit associated with them, which is why there is this scale problem. They only store triangles and its up to the software to decide what the numbers mean. Usually STLs should be saved in mm units.
Usually when I model in Blender I don't use the units option, it forces weird scaling which might be why this is in meters units. Leave it in Blender units and when drawing "1" is a mm. So a 20x20x20 cube is 20mm. When you save, don't adjust the scaling and it will save it as mm.
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