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  1. For start, you need to have a model (design) with multiple parts.
    • For start, you need to have a model (design) with multiple parts.

    • Expand the menu and check if your model consists of multiple parts (bodies).

  2. To be able to import the model into a Slic3r Prusa Edition, you need to export it in a form of .stl file.
    • To be able to import the model into a Slic3r Prusa Edition, you need to export it in a form of .stl file.

    • Right click on the menu and choose "Save As STL".

  3. In the "SAVE AS STL" dialogue look for a row called "Structure".
    • In the "SAVE AS STL" dialogue look for a row called "Structure".

    • Click on the drop-down menu and select "One File Per Body".

  4. Now you need to open Slic3r Prusa Edition and import all .stl files.
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4 Comments

size seems way off, it was about 10mm while actual size should be 50mm or so

roger xue - Reply

Hey Roger,

Could you elaborate on the problem?

Filip M - Official Prusa CS -

This does not tell me how to break up a current model for printing with a MMU. There needs to be a guide for this.

Anthony Wittler - Reply

Hello Anthony, if by current you mean an existing STL modelled by someone else, then you can use Meshmixer for this - have a look here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xw_ClxnJ...

Filip M - Official Prusa CS -

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