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Chopper: Partitioning Large Models into Smaller 3D Printable Parts


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Oh man that would be very useful for me. For one of my models I actually hand made all the seams and joining points, very time consuming.
#1 Daniel Lee on 2012-12-18 00:16 (Reply)
And for me, no, that is not something I would use at this time. The reason being that printing large scale items is just too cost prohibitive at the moment. That chair in the example would likely cost many hundreds of dollars based on what I've seen of lampshades and like here. Until the cost of printing large items comes down to a reasonable level I'll just have to stick to jewellery and mini desk "sculptures".
#2 Glenn (Homepage) on 2012-12-19 17:01 (Reply)
I made this iphone Throne in pieces..

http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Iron-Throne-Dock-for-your-Iphone-and-your-mobi/

and this death star ornament snaps together..

http://www.instructables.com/id/Death-Star-Ornament-inspired-by-Star-Wars/

I wish i would of know about this before
#3 fernando sosa (Homepage) on 2012-12-20 06:02 (Reply)

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