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Text in Druckteile einbauen mit DesignSpark Mechanical

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Ich habe mir immer 3D Texte in SketchUp gemacht und sie dann in DesignSpark Mechanical importiert oder die Beschriftung von Hand gezeichnet was bei meinem Usernamen noch recht einfach zu machen war.

Damit ist nun Schluss. Das es auch einfacher geht habe ich heute in einem anderen Forum als Tipp bekommen. :)

Keine Ahnung welche Sprache das ist, aber auch ohne Ton kann man das prima nachmachen. 8)

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