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Can I Bolean in Netfabb ?

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Posted · Can I Bolean in Netfabb ?

If I have a model house and it imports as a big solid object into Netfabb.

Do I have some where the option to Bolean out a big box out of the middle to save on material ?

Thanks for your help guys.

Best wishes.

Ian

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Posted · Can I Bolean in Netfabb ?

nope... you would need to do that somewhere else. But consider a pyramid or a cone... the topside of the cube could be a hard airprint, unless you use support. And if you use support... you are at the same point like before ;).

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