- Mar 17, 2007
- An undisclosed location
Yeah, tinkercad is pretty good for relatively simple designs, especially once you get the hang of aligning different parts together.
Another thing to keep in mind is that there's a good chance somebody's already done the work and uploaded a design to thingiverse, and if there isn't something that's exactly what you want you can always find something close and adapt it to your needs.
Got some .6 nozzles in and am printing my first .6 print (mount for a ruckus PoE).
The difference in slice times between the .4 and the .6 was 30 minutes off of a 2 hr print for a .2 layer height.
My buddy at work is using a resin printer for some similar things. Mostly his Warhammer 40k stuff.
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Not a lot of brands on there currently, but would be great if this caught on.