3D Printing Design | Meet the minimum thinkness on two small parts of my 3D STL file for Shapeways!

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Description:
I need someone to make a certain part of my 3D anchor stl file a little thicker. Nothing complicated at all! The guy that was working on this file is really swamped with work and cannot complete this edit. This job should literally take less than 30 minutes if you know what you are doing.

On the attached picture it shows that I need to make specific parts of the anchor a little thicker to meet the minimum supported wire thickness of .8mm.

Here's what the email I recieved from shapeways said: "Here is why we cannot print your model: The minimum thickness for free/supporting wires > 1.0mm and supported wires > 0.8mm for this material. Please thicken the wires of the model."

I have specified what needs to be done on the picture attached. Please message me if you need clarification.

If you know what you are doing and have worked with stl. files and understand the thickness minimum that shapeways requires for 3d printing then this should be a no-brainer.
Wants:
Please keep the demesions of the anchor as they are. This should not be a problem seeing how the edits I need done are very simple.
Don't Wants:
Don't change the size or file type!
Software:
  1. anything that can edit and save in stl. format

Entries

1st Winner
#3 Anchor fixed by Cre83D
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Oct 17, 2013 16:47
#1 anchor by robhare
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Oct 17, 2013 12:09
#2 stl from rhino by N.J.Brizuela
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Oct 17, 2013 15:02

Discussion

iNigh

Buyer

Thu, 17 Oct 2013 15:07:20 +0000
1.108 w x 1.5 d x 0.173 h

robhare

Designer

Thu, 17 Oct 2013 08:49:42 +0000
when i imported it , the scale seems out. Can you give me the length over all . AndI,ll correct the scale in my drawing.

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