STL files when they are stored from solidworks are in Binary format. Thus, VB needs to open a binary file for reading.
The general format of the open command is:
Open pathname For mode [Access
access] [lock] As [#]filenumber
The format of this command that I used was:
Open "C:\Block.STL" For Binary Access Read As #1
With that, I opened a file located at C:\Block.STL for Binary mode and I associated it with file #1.
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