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Dimensional Printing Tolerances [message #64735] Sun, 24 March 2013 00:55 UTC
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I've designed a female coupling fitting. I can size the part using my modeling program (Autodesk 123D Design) to provide sufficient fitup clearance, but it is guesswork if I don't know the printing tolerances. How can I be assured that the printed part will be a good fit with the male fitting?

Only the female coupling needs to be printed. For 'Strong and Flexible Plastic", what are the dimensional printing tolerances for a part using that kind of material?

Are the print tolerances the same in x, y, and z axis?



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