You are now ready to remove the plate. It is important to always be wearing protective gloves to avoid contamination with the chemicals.
- We are now ready to remove the plate. It is important to always be wearing protective gloves to avoid any contamination with the chemicals. The first thing you're going to do is open the cover. When that's done, go ahead and hold the plate with one hand while releasing the latch. The last thing to do is when you are holding the plate in your one hand, you're going to use the removal tool to pop the parts off the plate. Okay, let's take a look at how that's done.
Okay, guys, looks like the print is done. Let's go ahead and take a look at our print. I'm going to lift the lid real quick. Okay, now when you're ready to pop off the plate, you want to make sure you have your right hand on this base here. We're going to lift the latch. And slowly slide out your plate, you can take a look at your print. And from here, we're going to go over to our table, I'm going to grab the removal tool and just simply look for a corner you can just prop under.
And just slowly apply a little bit of pressure. And it comes right off just like this. Then the next one, same thing. Okay, there we have it.
- Workflow and pipeline overview
- Using primitives and mesh planes to build models
- Extruding surfaces
- Blending the mesh
- Extracting faces for ZBrush
- Adding mesh detail in ZBrush
- Converting meshes to NURBs in Rhino
- Finalizing the model for 3D printing
- Sending the model to the printer
- Post-printing cleanup