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What is the file size? Also try using the file submission at the web site, but you will need to ZIP separately and keep them under 2MB.

Will try again later tonight but the fill sizes are beyond 2MB, there 33MB, 17MB etc all zipped together will be 14MB. Here is a dropbox link to download from. All model originally sourced from archieve3d.net and IES data from various sources online, all nxt material assigned.

I don't have access to RAR files, please use ZIP. Thanks!

On a related side note, is that one file? or a bunch of light fixtures? If is a bunch of fixtures, please ZIP up each one separately. I only have so much time and I really don't want to spend it breaking down the archive, any help with this is always greatly appreciated.

Will use *.zip format and here individual dropbox link for each fixture.

Here the final one for now.

Lamp N250213

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