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Erlenmeyer Flask

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Erlenmeyer Flask by greengiant1298 Apr 19, 2010
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this is a small Erlenmeyer Flask used in chemistry experiments or whatever you want to use it for. Designed in SketchUp than converted to STL

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That thing looks WAY too small. Try using Millimeter units in Sketchup before exporting. 4 inch height becomes 4 mm height when exported.

i am actually already measuring in meters in SketchUp. Is there possibly a problem exporting?

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