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Let's start with the general design look and feel: This printer contains a robotic arm with a toolhead, pretty similar to a welding robot, and probably is controlled with a similar CAM software. Picture by Robotics.org Tool head The really interesting part here is the tool head. So let's look at it and try to reverse engineer the use of some parts by how ...


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In Revit Use STL Exporter 2019 to customize and export your Revit model to an STL file. Click Add-in tab -> STL Exporter panel -> STL Exporter. On the General tab, specify your STL file options. On the Categories tab, specify which element categories will export to the STL file. Click Save to create the STL file. In Fusion 360 Click on a valid project ...


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Start with registering at their website and go from there. There is a PDF of a list of things you have to have mastery in: SKETCHING Sketch Creation Create Dimensions Constraint selection and creation Edit a sketch Project Edges Edit a Sketch DRAWING Creating a Drawing View, Base, Projected, Section, Detail Add ...


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Most CAD tools generate quite low-res triangulations. The ideal solution is to avoid using the CAD tool to generate them. For example, if the print shop can accept your CAD files directly, they may have other software that can triangulate them. For example, if the shop uses GrabCAD Print to slice your parts, that software can open CAD files directly, and ...


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The phrase "triangulation of the file is rather rough" is somewhat vague, but one can interpret it to mean that the surface is what is considered "low poly" in the 3D modeling world. From Thingiverse, this low poly fox shows an intentionally reduced poly surface. I'm not suggesting that your models appear this distorted, but it may give a hint to what the ...


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