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3D Scanner beginners guide

Posted 22 Aug 2018 |
When it comes to printing in 3D it is very likely that we design our own 3D models or download them from the network. But what if we want to print an exact copy of an object from the real world? This is where the 3D scanner comes into play ....
La impresión 3D no solo esta cambiando la vida de la gente, también esta cambiando la vida de los animales. Hoy venimos a hablaros de un proyecto con el que hemos estado colaborando que busca crear prótesis para ayudar a animales y que puedan poder volver a andar, correr, saltar o vivir como debidamente es posible. Un proyecto llamado Photo Cross Corp...
As you will all know in 3D printing, objects are built layer by layer. This implies that each layer supports the next layer. This next layer may not coincide exactly with the previous one, which means that part of the layer remains in the air, that is to say without being supported on the previous layer.There is a point where this is not possible since the upper layers do not have enough support in the lower layers. This happens when we excee ...
When we are used to design for other manufacturing technologies it is very likely that we do not take into account certain aspects of the design that can make our 3D printed parts improve their finish and functionality.That's why in this blog article we're going to collect 6 design tricks that will help you get the most out of your 3D printer. ...
The other day opened a debate in the official Telegram group of 3Dfils about which models were the most difficult to print and get a perfect finish. We wanted to compile 10 models that we find very complicated to print. Can you with them? ...
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