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As we just said, the STL file format is the most common format used in 3D printing. In order to use additive manufacturing, you might want to get your 3D model converted into an STL. Or you might need an STL file to use special software: there are many different cases where you might need to convert your 3D file to STL.
A lot of 3D modeling programs are now offering file conversion, but not all of them, and they are not especially converting into STL. In some cases, you maybe have another 3D file format, such as OBJ, or anything else, and you might want to convert it into STL format. Don’t worry it is possible.
To help you in your 3D project, and help you find the best way possible from your 3D design to your 3D printed part, we have decided to create a list of the best STL converter. A lot of them are free online, and easy to use! Get ready to convert 3D files using a 3D file converter.
Now that your STL file is ready, why don’t you upload it on our online 3D printing service? It will allow you to choose the 3D printing technology, material and finishing you want, and get an instant quote. Then, you can order your part and receive it in a few days only!
This way, you will be able to develop your prototype or proof of concept in no time or even try a new production method for your project. What are you waiting for? Check our materials pages and get started with 3D printing using Sculpteo.
In order to get the best 3D printed result, you have to check if your STL file is not broken. Our online 3D printing service will immediately tell you if the file you uploaded is broken. It can be normal inversion, crossed volumes, holes in your mesh, bad edges… You need to repair your STL file in order to get it 3D printed.
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