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Posted (edited) · Slice-based modelling?

Printing any kind of accurate detail depends so desperately on line-width and layer-height that most 3d modelling is doomed to failure. A 3d friction join will test print beautifully, but then when you print the full model, the raft shifts the positions of the joints so they're not multiples of 0.35 and none of the friction joins work.


So surely there has to be some software out there that models in ratios of lines and layers?

Edited by kfsone

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