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Glynndale702 View Drop Down

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    Posted: 01.May.2018 at 07:29

I am trying to create a project for 3 D printing this is my first time and I having allot trouble doing it can any body help me figure this out I would really appreciate it what I am trying to do is make a new car radio dash bezel the measurements for it is in picture attached picture 1 I tried to created  a stl file so it could be printed so I don’t know if I did this right can anybody take a look at this and tell what’s wrong or help me design it better I went to send it to get printed but then it asked me scale it is this the right measurements to get it printed



Size 1.00 x20.00x13.64mm (0.04 x 0.79 x 0.54 in)



I would appreciate any help thanks guys

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A quarter of an inch thick?  Seems rather thick for a bezel.

You don't give the radius for the two upper corners nor do you provide a radius for the filleted edge.

So you created a drawing in AutoCAD and exported it as a .stl file.  Is that correct?
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