But a Customer Service Agent found some difficulties with the model. After i sent her the the models *.stl file.
This is what she says: "As you can see on my attachments, you can see that these models are too small to be printed and there fore the wall thickness is also too thin. " - her picture:
After her suggestion to use netfabb i get these informations:
Yes, i have updated the model but the numbers of the dimensions i have not changed. I only changed some blocks in Minecraft and i have had to go through the repair process.
And now that you mention it, I realize that they are the same numbers that differ only in their zero points.
Maybe this happens because i choose on the uploadpage "Meters" in the "Unit of Measure", maybe, i dont know.
Uploaded as millimeters.. that's microscopic.. way too small.
Uploaded as inches.. it's still too small.
Uploaded as meters.. it's 17 inches.. too big for the printer.
Your best bet is to use Netfabb's "SCALE" command and increase the size a bit.. then upload as millimeters. A scale factor of 250 would put you at about 4 inches across.Patience, Persistance, Politeness - the 3Ps will help us get us to Perfect Printed Products