That's weird. It should be three: front shell, back shell and battery cover.
From what you wrote I am assuming that the back and the battery cover got welded during the export. Fusion does distinguish between components and bodies for seperate objects. Components are literally the individual components that make up logical pieces of whatever you are modelling. A component can be made up of several different bodies, but doesn't have to. Each body is a separate object that doesn't have to interfere with the others. Anything that does not fall into these categories cannot be an object on its own and has to immediately either cut or weld existing geometry.
My guess is that components are separated on export while bodies are not. The front is one component and the back and the cover are one component with two bodies.
I am going to restructure the file this evening to fix that.
Thanks, I am glad you like it.Neolith, you've done an amazing job by adding the two supports besides the battery tray !
Wonderful, it seems so acurate
i definitely need to take my caliper and make some control measurements !
Thanks you so much for all your work
Ah, that explains it. I didn't know that. My bad, sorry.An stl file is a solid object ready to print, so yes, it's a single object lol
So for 2 half of a shell you need two stl files
Would it be better to produce three separate .STL files or would it be enough to move the three parts next to each other in the file so that the printer software can pick one of those to use (is something like that even possible)?
Yeah, I quite like the software. It is incredibly powerful in what it does, it is still developed a lot on and it is free for personal use.
That being said, it is not without problems though. I have only been using it for a few weeks and have already run into several limitations. There is, for example, no proper engraving tool. Getting the embossing (is that the right word for it?) on the back of the shell wasn't much fun and I ruined several models in the attempt. Thank god for ctrl+z.
I am also not a big fan of everything with a cloud service, at least when I cannot directly control it. But it is a really cool software!
Glad to see you got it working for you!