f you have ever wanted to hold in your hands, what is between your ears, today is your lucky day. 3D printers have been around for a little while now, yet people are still finding new uses for this amazing technology. intirb has created a tutorial on how to obtain a 3D scan of your brain, yes yours.
Anything unique, hard to find or unattainable If you’re in a remote area or even here is Australia, there are many easy examples of things that might be difficult to get a hold of. Â For instance,
This is a 3 part series on how you can use your desktop 3D printer if you have one, and reasons to get one if you don’t already. We have assembled some of the more practical and fruitful things you can do with a 3D printer.Â Whether you’re designing it yourself Â (good on ya’mate!)or downloading it from cyber space, there are many great examples of things...
3D Teacher is an Australian educator; using an UP Mini, he shows all the steps to create your very first 3D design and then how to print it. Creating a simple model in SketchUp, exporting to STL format, then printing on the Up! Mini 3D printer. Be sure to ‘like’ his video on Youtube and show us what you can create!
RaftÂ â€“ A technique used to prevent warping. Instead of directly on the build surface, parts are built on top of a â€œraftâ€ of material that you remove and dispose of post-print. The raft is larger than the part and so has more adhesion. Support materialÂ â€“ For any part of the model where there is an overhang or gap between parts, a support material is laid...
Photo2Mesh software settings: The most important settings are Z height & Mesh height.
he latest entry in Autodeskâ€™s 123D line of 3D design tools,Â 123D CreatureÂ gives iPad owners the power to sculpt and paint their own three-dimensional creatures and then share them with the community, export them as a 3D mesh, or have them sent to a 3D printing service to be transformed into real stuff. 123D CreaturesÂ has a lot of depth for a tablet-based amateur design app, yet...
We are happy to annouce the launch of our own forum. http://forum.3dprintingsystems.com/ In the future we will be using the forum to answer common questions, and as a place for you to share your ideas. There is a section dedicated to education, so teachers and students care share the class room projects and in the futureÂ browseÂ it for inspiration.
Below we will try and keep an upÂ to dateÂ list of ourÂ favoriteÂ software packages that can help you with your creating. CAD Design Bonzi3D FormZ
There are several places to find 3D models on the internet. If you still learning how to design, but want something to print we have put together a list of some of the most popular online collections of objects for you. Sharing is Caring