Hi, I have been getting into designing custom rings recently, one of the thing I recently tried was a pair of rings that "twist" together. https://www.shapeways.com/model/3dtools/7097603/0/23?key=d6ea851032d4c27de47c57b35e4c02de https://www.shapeways.com/model/3dtools/7094670/0/23?key=04c8235d662c12f39b85d0f2e72272c6 The pair printed fine in polished brass, albeit a bit soft and deformed during the polishing process, nonetheless I adjusted them back into shape and they match up perfectly fine. But, I want to try printing them in stainless steel, and the thought about unsupported wires comes into mind. the auto analysis don't think it is a problem, but if I treat the "coil" section and the "S" section as wire, this is a relatively long unsupported wires. even though the cross section is reasonable (a bit above 2mm x 1.5mm), and having it curled up probably help protect it compared to a straight unsupported wire.auto clicker Anyone think this is worth a try? or has anyone here has experience with similar design?