# Minecraft Windows 10 Edition Model Export
Minecraft Windows 10 Edition allows users to export their creations to 3-D Models. At Vusar, we want to allow Crafters to view their creations in Augmented Reality. In this guide, we will show you how to export your model from Minecraft Windows 10 Edition to your Vusar app.
<li>PC with Windows 10</li>
<li>Minecraft Windows 10 Edition </li>
<li>Support for other editions is coming soon</li>
## Getting Started
Once you have started Minecraft Windows 10 Edition click on the "Play" button.
**Process for Local Game**
<li>Click on "Create New"</li>
<li>Click on "New World" </li>
<li>Click on "Create New World"</li>
In the World Setup page, you will name your world on the top space that says "My World" by default. Set <b>Default Game Mode</b> to <b>Creative</b>. Set <b>Player Permission when joining from invite</b> to <b>Operator</b>. Finally, toggle <b>Allow cheats</b> to the right. It is located towards the bottom of this menu
<li>Once you're in the game and you have built your creation, press "/" and command menu will pop up. type "give @s structure_block" in the provided space and press <b>Enter</b></li>
You will now have a "Structure Block" which you will use to mark the area you want to export as a 3-D Model. Place this block anywhere near your creation, preferably somewhere that the structure block is not obstructed vertically.
<li>Once you have placed your Structure Block, right-click on it and a menu will pop up. This menu will allow you to see what your 3-D model will look like. Adjust the X, Y and Z sizes to change the size of each dimension. The offsets will move the model in that dimension by the value you put into the box. A positive value will move the object the same direction the dimension is pointing to while a negative value will move the object the opposite direction.
Once you have finished adjusting your dimensions, click on the box labeled <b>Mode</b> and switch it to <b>3D Export</b> and then click on <b>Export</b>. Once you have picked a file location, click <b>export</b> once again. </li>
Once the model has exported to the location you have chosen, head to the <a href="https://dashboard.vusar.co/">Vusar Dashboard</a> and click on the "Add Object" card and drag and drop the file into your Vusar object library.
<b>You're done! Now you log into the Vusar mobile application and your object will be available to view in Augmented Reality!</b>