Join Kacie Hultgren for an in-depth discussion in this video Brainstorm and next steps, part of Designing a Replacement Part using 3D printing.
…Thanks for learning along with me on this 3D printing project course in Tinkercad.…I want to leave you with just a few closing thoughts.…In Tinkercad you have the option to be as accurate or as casual as you'd like.…So feel free to design in a way that fits your needs.…Also while duplicating is interesting and often necessary,.…Sometimes you want to have a little more fun.…So feel free to change up your design.…Your part doesn't need to just be a replacement.…Customize it and make it yours.…Whether that's adding some steam punk flair or braille…to a design to help a friend with vision problems.…
Keep pushing your project further and try new things.…Take the design lessons you learned here and…apply them to your own design challenges in Tinkercad.…And if you're enjoying 3D modelling try out one of…the many other 3D modelling courses in the lynda.com library.…
- Measuring with calipers
- Modeling in 3D with Tinkercad
- Creating holes and complex shapes
- Plating and printing
- Optimizing and reworking the design