By Marcus Ritland
Marcus Ritland is a fashion designer and 3D printing advisor at his small company, Denali 3D layout. considering 2008, he has used SketchUp for architectural rendering companies, studying it and supporting others good sufficient to be selected as "Top SketchUcator" of the SketchUcation boards. After studying approximately 3D printing via an internet contest, he included it into his enterprise, promoting 3D-printed items on-line and assisting different small enterprise vendors leverage the technology.
He has additionally volunteered at a neighborhood makerspace, educating SketchUp sessions and best 3D-printing meetups. he's presently on a quest to cast off design-for-3Dprinting illiteracy. whilst he's no longer push-pulling a version into form, he are available capturing pictures and having fun with nature.
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This is important when talking about the resolution of your model. You can see that, if you draw a circle with radius 50 mm, each of the 24 segments comprising the circle will be about 13 mm long. 3 mm long. If you then extrude the two circles into cylinders, the segments form the facets on the cylinder. com/en/article/94740). Since you cannot change the resolution after extruding, you'll want to think about the resolution at the start. info Understanding Model Resolution The length of line segments on your curves forms what I refer to as model resolution.
STL] is the most common file format used as input for 3D printers. STL], but a couple of generous programmers have written an extension that does just that. STL] files from their SketchUp models. To install the extension, navigate to Window | Extensions Warehouse and sign in with your Google account. Search for "STL" in the upper-right corner of the screen, and click on the link titled SketchUp STL by the SketchUp team. Read the description for info on how to use the extension, and look at the pictures for more info.
Keep reading for a photo of the final vase printed using this method! Combining solids with the Outer Shell tool When adding major features to your model, I find it useful to keep the parts separate until the end of the modeling process, and then combine them into the final solid printable model. This approach makes it easier to edit the different parts of the model if you ever want to go back and change something. For example, let's say we want to add handles to our vase. First, make a copy of the vase along the red axis, and make it into a group.
3D Printing with SketchUp by Marcus Ritland