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Dividing a Large Print into Several Smaller Prints

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I am going to play with these and see if I can get them to work. So far I'm struggling with the OpenScad Puzzlecut add-on. I can't get it to properly import my .stl files, the models seem only partially rendered when I import and compile them. Will play with these and Autodesk's 123D program's split solid function and see if I can get any of them to work satisfactorily. If anyone has any advice or recommendations please post them here.

http://www.3ders.org/articles/20130111-puzzlecut-lets-you-cut-object-into-smaller-pieces-for-3d-printing.html

http://www.design-engineering.com/cad-cam/free-app-helps-3d-print-objects-larger-build-volume-132090

 

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