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    3D Printer God(dess)
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    Anytime!
    If you have CAD available, parametric or otherwise, you could underlay the STL by importing it and reverse engineering the geometry.

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    Hey TommyDee! I figured it out! It is apparently really easy to edit certain thicknesses in MeshMixer and I was able to make the sidewalls of that dock a few MM thicker. Getting ready to set the print up to see how it does now! They MIGHT be too thick now haha! But it is OK in this instance.

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    Congrats A.P.!

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