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How to snap one object to another (in .stl file) in Magics?

How to snap one object to another (in .stl file) in Magics?

(OP)
Hi everyone!
Is there any possibility of snapping objects together for a better orientation of them towards each other? I have an stl file and use Magics 18 for editing.
Thank you in advance!

RE: How to snap one object to another (in .stl file) in Magics?

Since this forum subject is AutoCAD, I am not sure how to help you. I've never heard of Magics before.
On this site there is a forum for discussing 3D printing issues - which may have something to do with the STL file you're asking about.

STF

RE: How to snap one object to another (in .stl file) in Magics?

(OP)
SparWeb, thanks for directing me!

RE: How to snap one object to another (in .stl file) in Magics?

Magics 18 is a program for 3D printing try forum 1536. or forum 859
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