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Camaro 3D Modell für Druck vorbereiten

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Hi Leute,

ich würde gerne eine kleinen Camaro drucken.

Ich habe im Internet auch ein kostenloses 3D Modell gefunden:


Mein Problem ist, dass ich mich mit Blender nicht so toll auskenne.

Ich habe zwar geschafft das Modell als .obj zu exportieren um es dann in Creo zu öffnen,

aber ich schaffe es einfach nicht das Modell komplett zu füllen. Das Modell besteht nämlich teilweise aus Flächen, die zu dünn sind um sie zu drucken.

Wenn ich das Auto aus der Blender .obj Drucke kommt das heraus, weil die Scheiben anscheinend zu dünn sind:



Hat jemand eine Idee wie man die Hülle des Autos komplett gefüllt bekommt, damit auch die Scheiben gedruckt werden?

Wie gesagt, mit Creo habe ich es nicht hinbekommen.

Und falls jemand noch weitere Quellen für kostenlose 3D Modelle von Muscle cars hat, immer her damit;)

Danke & Grüße




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