1. Open the File pull-down menu and Save as then Save a Copy. 2. Change the Type option to Stereolithography (*.stl). 3. Type a filename and click on OK to close the dialog. A new Export STL dialog will open. 4. Change the Chord Height value X1 to 0 (zero). 5. Change the Angle Control value X2 to 1 6. On OK to close the dialog and the STL file will be created in the working directory. 7. The display will change to show the faceted surface of the STL file. If it looks really faceted and you’ve nested a few files together you may need to break the file down and save them individually as Creo seems to have a maximum limit in files.
1. File > Save a Copy 2. Select type STL > OK 3. Select Coordinate System Standard 4. Check Binary 5. Set Chord Height to 0 (Pro/E changes it to the smallest allowable value) 6. Leave Angle Control at the default 7. Enter Filename > OK
1. File > Export Selected or File > Save As 2. Select the objects to be exported 3. Select File Type Stereolithography (*.stl) 4. Enter Filename 5. Save 6. in STL Mesh Export Options, Enter Tolerance 0.02 mm (0.0008 inches), then click OK. 7. Select Binary 8. Uncheck Export Open Objects 9. OK
1. Click File, Save As. 2. Select STL (*.stl) for Save as type, then click Options. 3. Select output as – binary 4. On the ‘Resolution’ settings click Custom and set the devisation to 0.1mm and the angle to 5°. 5. Check the box ‘Save all components in a single file’ and then click OK. 6. Now enter a filename, click save and you’re all done!
1. File > Save As… 2. Set type to eDrawings(*.eprt) 3. Click Options… 4. Check Allow export to STL for Parts & Assemblies 5. OK 6. Enter Filename 7. Save 8. Open part in eDrawings 9. File > Save as… > select type STL Files (*.stl) 10. Save