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Drawings from Sketchup seem damaged in different apps – Professional

Hey. I really feel like there’s something primary I’m lacking once I’m doing drawings, however I can’t determine it out. I can’t appear to seek out a solution wherever.

I do some primary drawings in Sketchup that I 3D print. Typically they arrive out effective, generally not. Lately, I did a drawing, exported the STL and imported it into PRUSA slicer. I sliced it and printed it – no drawback.

I despatched the identical factor to a buddy and requested him to print some for me on his printer. He makes use of a special slicer, and he mentioned it was all damaged. I imported the STL into TinkerCAD to see what it noticed subsequent to what Sketchup reveals me:

I had this drawback earlier than once I was making a halloween masks for the boy. I might draw it in Sketchup and it woudl look effective. I might export it and import it right into a slicer or one other CAD app – and it could be OK – or it might need a bunch of phantom junk in it.

Is there one thing I’m doing or not doing thats inflicting this? Thanks prematurely.

I can connect the file someplace if anybody is keen to peek at it.

With out that file we are able to solely guess what’s the issue…
Simply drag it within the reply window or use the eighth icon from the left…

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Orient the faces of your mannequin appropriately. A printable stable ought to solely present white faces. Your mannequin has blue again faces exhibiting.

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