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if you get a chance, try splitting your torso down the center like I have on the one i made. its way easier to keep the detail when you have a nice flat surface to put on the print bed. If you are up for it, keep the locating pin holes also as it makes lining the parts up easier.
i usually do this directly after exporting with the built in windows 10 3D builder app, just make sure you split it before you let it repair as the repair will remove the locating holes as they are internal geometry until you cut it.