Join Kacie Hultgren for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing netfabb Studio, part of Learning 3D Printing.
…We've already learned about creating manifold…designs that are ready for 3D printing.…Before sending your file to print, it's a good idea…to run it through a mesh repair software, like Netfabb Studio.…While it's best to avoid mesh errors in your design process,…utilizing a program like Netfabb can help you identify and fix mistakes.…Netfabb is available in three versions, Basic, Private, and Pro.…We'll be using the free, basic version of this program for most of this chapter.…
But also exploring a few of the tools in the Pro and Private versions.…So let's get started.…Go up to the Menu bar, and choose Project, and click Add Part.…Navigate to the exercise files on your…computer and choose the StanfordBunny.obj and click Open.…The first thing that you'll notice is…this exclamation point down in the right-hand corner.…This means that the mesh needs repair.…Your model should be mostly green, and this…one is, although we can see some red on…the inside of the model, and that's an…indication of one of the problems with this file.…
- What is 3D printing?
- What can you make with a 3D printer?
- Understanding the different 3D printing technologies
- Designing with 3D modeling and scanning
- Creating watertight 3D designs
- Repairing a 3D file
- Exporting your file
Skill Level Intermediate
Maya: 3D Printing with Shapewayswith Ryan Kittleson1h 45m Intermediate
SketchUp 2013 Essential Trainingwith George Maestri2h 16m Beginner
1. Discovering 3D Printing
2. Introducing 3D Printing Technology
3. Creating Your First Design
4. Repairing a 3D Design
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