Modify an STL File Part 2

How to modify an stl file that contains more than 10,000 facets. Only available with All Access plan.

In this follow up to part one we look at how to import and modify a high poly stl file. This means an stl file with greater than 10,000 facets. We'll jump into the mesh environment to reduce the number of facets and then bring our model back to the modeling environment to edit.

We also learn how to split our stl file into multiple parts for those instances where you can't fit the entire model on your build plate.

Your Instructor

Vladimir has taught thousands of students how to create their own 3D models in Fusion 360 through his online courses, he also teaches the same material at the college level.

Vladimir currently runs two makerspaces. A community makerspace that he co-founded, and a college makerspace where he teaches students how to design with Fusion 360 and how to turn those designs into real objects through 3D printing, laser cutting, and cnc milling.

His work has been featured by Adafruit, Thingiverse, Hackaday, Makezine, Instructables, and Autodesk.

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