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Working on a desktop size version of my grill. I'd like to add more details on this model before printing, but Im doing it step by step with Fusion as Im brand new with this software. The chime-nee section, the grill and the handle on the side will be printed in separate sessions. What kind of glue it would be recommended to put those pieces together once printed? I'll be using PLA material. Thanks
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Interesting project to learn how to design for 3D printing, and understand Fusion 360 at the same time. I must say Im very impressed with Fusion, after many years of using Maya, 3D Studio and Blender this simple software is very efficient and fairly easy to grasp the commands. I dont have a use for a bottle lock at home (everybody can drink my beers!) but Im exited about printing this project. Here is the design for now...
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