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icon6.gif  Single Mesh or Multiple Closed Intersecting Meshes? [message #55100] Tue, 09 October 2012 19:24 UTC Go to previous message
avatar joshuagilbreath  is currently offline joshuagilbreath
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Good afternoon everyone!

I have a quick question.

I am looking for some clarification on the modeling techniques used to print.

Does is matter how your different meshes interact?

For example, I have two cubes modeled and I want the two cubes printed together.

Does the mesh have to be a single mesh, or can it simply be two cubes intersecting in the 3D space? Will this print? (the meshes are both watertight and non-manifold)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/v92tt8erij4gdza/boxes.png

Thanks!

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[Updated on: Tue, 09 October 2012 19:25 UTC]

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