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What you will need:STL fileDon't have one? Maybe you should hire a 3d designer:https://www.shapeways.com/hire/designer
Go to:https://www.shapeways.comand click on the DESIGN link then click UPLOAD.A box will pop up and you can choose your file and you unit of measurement.
Once you model is uploaded you can choose what material to print it in.The site will run a check on the model to see what materials it can ...
Each material has a different process for being printed.You can click on any of the materials and it will take you to a guide for that specific material.Common ...
Shapeways does have a built in tool for fixing thin spots on your model.Click on the THIN WALLS error message on the material selection page.A box will appear ...
Go to your shopping cart and checkout as you would in any online shop.There is an option for PRINT IT ANYWAY. This can be useful for experimentation if ...
Just as you saw it on your screen now you see it in real life!
What you will need:
Don't have one?
Maybe you should hire a 3d designer:
and click on the DESIGN link then click UPLOAD.
A box will pop up and you can choose your file and you unit of measurement.
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