I designed this Spark 3D logo in collaboration with one of my Autodesk colleagues, Keith Chamberlain, and printed it Autodesk's 3D printer, Ember.
CAD software used:
- 3D Studio Max
- 53mm (X)
- 40mm (Y)
- 58mm (Z)
Here's a turntable of the 3D model.
For a link to download .STL of the object without supports, check out the next step. And in the following step, you can download a supported version of the model. Feel free to print and use in a non-commercial capacity.
The link below shows a time-lapse of the Spark logo printing on Ember...
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Step 1: .STL of the Model Without Supports
Here's the .STL of the model without supports.
Click to the next step for a .STL of the model with supports...
Step 2: .STL of the Model With Supports
In order to be able to print this model on Ember, I had to generate supports for it. I did this in Meshmixer, using the Ember supports preset (with contact tips of 0.25mm). I pruned away all of the supports that entered the interior volume of the model, so that the supports could be removed without breaking the tessellations of the model.
Here's the .STL of the model with supports, which is ready for 3D printing.
Step 3: Now Share Photos of Your Ember Prints!
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Happy 3D printing! And if you have any issues, don't hesitate to contact us. The best way is to submit a request through our support center. We do our best to get back to you within a few hours, during business hours.
Participated in the
3D Printed Ornament Design Challenge