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Joining 2 parts together


Baggers

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Posted (edited) · Joining 2 parts together

Hi all,

Having trouble explaining this issue. So please bear with me.

I have designed a stand for a model boat I built. Used Sketch Up to design, Prusa to slice then Creality to print on my Ender 3 Pro.

I have been using these tools for over a year and not having any real problems.

What I am trying to do is get printer to start printing the upright part of the stand half way down base to get a strong fix.

At the moment it keeps printing on top of the base which is not a very strong join and snaps easily.

Ignore the sign not trying to print at the same time.

Hopefully that make sense.😏

 

Boat Stand.stl

 

Edited by Baggers
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