Models can be submitted to the MonoX printer as any kind of mesh, preferably an STL. Please export your mesh from whatever modeling software you use in millimeters to ensure it is scaled properly. Your mesh must be completely manifold and watertight. If problems with your source model can’t be easily addressed in your modeling software, you can use Meshmixer to quickly fix these issues by following this tutorial.
If there are any issues with your mesh, it will be removed from the print queue and you will be asked to make repairs before resubmitting it. After submitted, AT Office staff may re-orient your part and will add support as necessary for the orientation of the object. There is no need to add holes to hollow your object (like with the powder printer), as objects can be printed hollow without placing holes for fluid to escape. If your object needs to be printed solid, or needs a shell thicker than 1-2mm, please specify that in your notes. By default, all parts are hollowed out and left with a 2mm shell.
Make sure your STL also fits within the build envelope of the printer: 7.6″ x 4.7″ x 9.6″ or 192mm x 120mm x 245mm
Click and drag your mesh into the upload window or browse for your file to upload it.
After your file uploads, go to your Files page. Click on the three-dot menu button to the right of your file in the list after the file is scanned by 3dPrinterOS. Click on the Print option in that menu and select the Mono X from the list of devices that appears.