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3D Printing Design Rules definition

Posted on Apr 02, 2020 by Cullen Hikene

Avoid overhangs in your design when possible, by using angles smaller than 45 o.
Add at least 0.8 mm wall thickness to your models.
Avoid large flat surfaces and use rounded corners to avoid warping.
Decide what is the minimum level of detail your models require and choose a 3D printing process accordingly.

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