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Giving the landscape/terrain it's relief in order to 3Dprint

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vanwolleghempiet
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Giving the landscape/terrain it's relief in order to 3Dprint

Dear community

 

I'm a fusion360 user but I've be 'instructed' to try out meshmixer for my problem but since I'm an absolute beginner I have no idea where to start. The problem I face: I have this file of a section of a landscape that I'd like to 3D print. However, this is a very thin dwg/dxf export (managed to convert it to stl) and I'd like to make it thicker while respecting the relief of course. I would like to achieve something like the image below:

 

vanwolleghempiet_0-1703762522144.png

 

 

Can someone please help/assist me in doing this? I have multiple other landscapes to 'convert'.

Thanks

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Nevermind, found it myself (think I reached out for help too soon).

 

Fix: extrude along Y axis with flat EndType.

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