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Combining Parts, White strong flexible [message #53225] Mon, 27 August 2012 18:29 UTC Go to next message
avatar dconner8connerbase  is currently offline dconner8connerbase
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In the white strong flexible (WSF) information it says you can combine multiple parts in an STL file. Can this be used to create the higher density of material for reduced pricing?

I have a main part that is a hollow cylinder and then a number of other parts that would fit inside the cylinder. Is this considered appropriate for WSF?
Re: Combining Parts, White strong flexible [message #53226 is a reply to message #53225 ] Mon, 27 August 2012 18:45 UTC Go to previous message
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As long as you maintain enough distance to prevent fusing.

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