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[title] Loading Your 3D File
[* yellow] Click the '''Load''' button (circled in yellow in the first image) to load your 3D file. Your file should be a '''.STL file''' type. Most CAD programs will allow you to save or export as this file type.
[* icon_note] When in the '''Object Placement tab''', the screen is a digital representation of BoXZY's Leveling Platform. Once you load a 3D file, it will allow you to move and scale your object relative to the print area, prior to slicing.
[* [* violet] Use the '''Center Object''' button (indicated by the pink arrow) if you want to move the object to the center of the platform.
[* orange] You can '''Scale''' your 3D file inside the window as well if it isit's too big or too smallsmall, as shown by the orange arrowarrow.
[* [* violet] Use the '''Center Object''' button (indicated by the pink arrow) if you want to move the object to the center of the platform.
[* orange] You can '''Scale''' your 3D file inside the window as well if it isit's too big or too smallsmall, as shown by the orange arrowarrow.
[* blue] You can '''Rotate''' the object in any dimension on the platform. Use the rotate functions shown by the blue arrow.
[* icon_reminder] A 3D file may have beencan be saved or exported in inches versus millimeters. Make sure you select which onethe right units based on the file you're loadingloading, as shown in the second photo.
[* icon_reminder] A 3D file may have beencan be saved or exported in inches versus millimeters. Make sure you select which onethe right units based on the file you're loadingloading, as shown in the second photo.