I’m no expert but I think you need to print that with it stood on the flared end
I'm using Design Spark Mechanical. Seem to be getting to grips with simple stuff.I can recomend tinkercad for making your own designs. It's very simple to use and is Web based so will run on anything.
Is also exports straight to cura.
It lacks the fancy bits that pro software has, but its a nice place to start.
Im now printing a switch pannel i designed earlier today.
Taking the first step is the start of every amazing journey apparently .This is the reason i dont have one. I have, quite literally, not the first idea what any of that means.
Id love to do this, but i just dont understand any of it. I still, after 3 years, donrt understand my smart phone. Certainly smarter than me.
And of course to print anything, one presumes you need a design. Which is more unfathomable software. Shame really as im quite good at dreaming stuff up and making it myself.
Would these be any good?im nearing the printing of my first useful thing, it’s a knife sharpening jig in the link below
This is my "Leading Edge" Sharpening System UPDATED - 22 July 2021 (Update log at the bottom of this description) For further information, a member of "Bladeforums" started a thread about assembly and use here -...www.thingiverse.com
1) where can I get some stones to fit in the jig. Instructions say upto 180 mm long
2) what grit or grits do I need? The knives are pretty good to start with
3) what superglue works on PLA? I tried the pound shop special as it’s all I had, ruined the part and didn’t stick
Thanks, but too lateWould these be any good?
5 stones and a janky jig if the 3D print doesn't work.
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