Join Ryan Kittleson for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating wall thickness with Panel Loops, part of 3D Printing with ZBrush.
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…Okay, so we've got holes cut through all the parts of the model.…Let me come around here and zoom in, so we can see this.…So we've got a hole cut through the base of the…jacket, we've got a hole cut through the head, through the hair.…And through all the parts where…the different sub tools intrapenetrate each other.…So, this way we've got an open cavity all the way through the model.…One thing that might help us visualize this is if we turn on double sided,…so what I'm going to do is come down…to the display properties, and turn on double.…So this just kind of helps me see that we've got an…open inside area and that the open edge is completely thin.…
There's no thickness to this model.…In order for the model to print the wall needs to have sort of a mass.…It needs to have a thickness.…So in this video I'll use a feature called panel…loops to make a wall that is a very precise thickness.…This process is also called shelling.…Okay so let me just zoom out a little bit.…And what I want to do is go into geometry palette…
This course was created by Ryan Kittleson. We're honored to host this training in our library.
- Combining multiple objects
- Sizing an object with real-world units
- Fixing parts that are too thin
- Cutting models into smaller pieces
- Making models hollow
- Working with color 3D prints