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Exporting .stl file on chromebook

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msmithXGEWJ
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Exporting .stl file on chromebook

Hello all, 

 

I am looking for a solution to a problem I am having with my students. Some of my kids are working on a desktop and others, on a Chromebook. When my Chromebook students go to export their parts as a .stl file, there is no way to export to the download folder on the Chromebook. We can only save within fusion. This does not work as I need these files to print their parts for this project.

 

Am I losing my marbles here on how to get these files off of Fusion Online and onto an actual device? Looking to change the location of the saved files. Thanks in advance.

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HughesTooling
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You will only be able to save to the cloud then download the mesh from the hub using Chrome or whatever browser they use.

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Mark Hughes
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msmithXGEWJ
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What if that checkbox option does NOT exist? Any other methods?

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HughesTooling
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The browser version is running on a virtual PC so you have no direct access to its folders and it can not save\open directly from your drives.

 

Just testing and it looks like the browser version only give you the option to save to a project on your team.

Just click the arrow and navigate to a project\folder where you want to save to. Other option would be to just save the design then download from your hub as an STL but then you'd get all visible bodies in the design.

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Mark Hughes
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