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Wall thickness for large objects in FD [message #48571] Thu, 17 May 2012 09:38 UTC Go to previous message
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I've had a customer write to me and tell me that one of my models he ordered in FD printed OK but shattered in transit.


Now this is quite a large piece 200mm long by 35mm wide. My design thickness was .75mm-.8mm - it had to be printable in WSF as well as FD though in fact I find is a little thinner in a few places Rolling Eyes - it's messy as it curves in multiple directions, though this should also make it stronger.

So what thickness should I make this so it does not break?

Will attach stl file in separate post .


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