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Min void vs Min thk? [message #45873] Fri, 23 March 2012 16:37 UTC Go to previous message
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I'm working on a pendant that has lettering on it. My first attempt was raised lettering, but then I decided to try subtracting the letters instead (partly to lower the volume and hence, the cost). The model was rejected (see attached) citing a minimum opening as the cause. Is this roughly comparable to the minimum thickeness of any given material or is there some other value for a gap that prevents adjacent material from fusing back together?

Loving the products I have received so far, by the way...

Thanks

RMc

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