Designing models for 3-D printing is a decidedly creative task. Common wisdom tells us that programmers and other engineering folk do not tend to excel at it. The recently updated OpenSCAD provides a nice alternative.
Crafting is a beloved hobby for many reasons. Not only is the process of creating something with your hands soothing and captivating, but when you’re done, you have something lovely to show for your time. Crafting can be the perfect individual activity or a lovely project shared with your friends or family. The following will explore things that you can incorporate into your crafting hobby to take things to the next level.
Modeling 3D objects for printing can be a very confusing process for both newbies and the pros alike. There is never a one-size-fits-all solution to all the problems that arise between the modeling and printing stages.
The fact that we use different modeling software and printers magnifies these problems. Since models are printed using different materials with different specific handling requirements, most issues that arise may demand unique solutions.