Hi, I'd like to know how I should ready a specific design for 3D printing. To be more specific, the design is composed of a very large number of arcs and blocks which are all nested together to create a large square, which in turn is used in a set of six to compose a cube. I have no experience readying a model like this for printing (have no experience with 3D printing in general, but normally when I model I usually create single piece models rather than multi-piece models like this). My main concern is that since the model is made of hundreds of individual sub-pieces, what do I need to do in order to ensure that all of the pieces are properly connected for printing? Can I just place the sub-pieces flush against each other and will the printing software interpret all perfectly adjacent and flush pieces as contiguous and therefore sufficiently connected, or do I need to explicitly attach the pieces to each other within 3ds Max? Also if the pieces are connecting to each other at different angles (so they're not flying flat upon each other or side-by-side) is that a problem or is it okay if there is sufficient amount of surface connection/overlap, and if so, what constitutes sufficient connection/overlap? Thanks in advance for the help!