In order to start preparing your files for 3D Printing, you first need to import them into Materialise Magics. The tutorial below explains how to import CAD and STL files and what options exist. Did you know that you can let your files being fixed during import?



chevron_right Materialise Magics Software  無料体験版お申込み

This tutorial has been recorded using Materialise Magics. Some features might differ from the Materialise Magics Essentials software.

Video topics

No time to watch the complete video? Jump to the topics of your interest. Have a look at the time stamps below.

Description of the different steps

  1. To load a file, you can go to File >> Load and use the Import Part option. Alternatively, you can go to the Quick Access bar, and click on Import part. The keyboard shortcut CTRL+L will also open the import window.
  2. In the import window, specify the placement option: As Is, Default Position, Aside of Others, and Automatic Placement. You can automatically fix your files during import by enabling Autofix during import.
  3. If you’re importing an STL file, just click on Open. If you’re importing a CAD file, an additional window will pop up, giving you options for CAD-to-STL conversion. When the options are correct, click on OK. The CAD file will be converted to an STL file, and opened in Materialise Magics.

チュートリアル作成日 23 4月 2018
最終変更日 23 4月 2018

作成者: Aylin Kertik

Benefit from these data
and build preparation features
with the industry-leading Magics software

Try it out yourself!

Free Magics trial

Didn't find what you're looking for?

In addition to a detailed ʻHelpʼ function in all of our products, our tutorials, and the other resources here in the Materialise Academy | Software, our expert support team is available to answer your questions and provide any necessary assistance. For customers with a maintenance package, this support service is included.

Find the answer Contact our support team