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3D Printing General Discussion

Discussion in '3D Printing' started by AKNick, Mar 2, 2018.

   
  1. AKNick

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    You bet.
    I haven't uploaded the file yet. Are you looking to get it printed or modified? Most of my files posted are not available to be modified at the moment (copyright stuff).
     
  2. Snoopy1

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    @AKNick just keep looking at your 3D printed stuff and just like what you can with it. If I draw up two air deflectors in AutoCAD-14 all three views and sections at 1 to 1 in mm would it possible for you to make it into a 3D printable file. I have no idea how difficult it will be. Thanks
     
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  3. AKNick

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    Im not sure how the file would transfer to my program. My designs are basically top, bottom, and all sides on paper in 000.00mm. And determine the thickness of the material based on the application. 1.5mm-3.5mm. If you can draw up your sketched idea on paper so I can see what you are trying to accomplish, and where it’s application is that would give me an idea if I can do it. The trick with 3D printing is to keep your angles from the printing platform less than 55 degrees. Overhangs are tricky and I’m not that good with my settings.
    Always happy to try and help!
     
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