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Is possible define two different wall thickness?

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Posted · Is possible define two different wall thickness?

Hi, 

 

I just want to know how I can define a different thickness, one for the outside wall, and other for the inner drill.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Posted · Is possible define two different wall thickness?

Use 'per model' settings on a modifying model (say a cylinder in this internal area). Apply that separate model so that it overlaps the area you wish to affect and choose wall thickness.

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Posted · Is possible define two different wall thickness?
27 minutes ago, kmanstudios said:

Use 'per model' settings on a modifying model (say a cylinder in this internal area). Apply that separate model so that it overlaps the area you wish to affect and choose wall thickness.

 

Can I select the cylinder as a model, using a single stl file or should I load two separate files one from the square and another the cylinder?

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Posted · Is possible define two different wall thickness?
2 hours ago, jorgevgg said:

should I load two separate files one from the square and another the cylinder?

This would be the way to go.

 

The square model would use your regular settings and have the hole still there. The cylinder would be there to sit over the hole and modify the number of walls. It does have to be at least big enough to encompass the wall thickness you wish to employ.

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