[OpenSCAD] Next Questions
whosawhatsis at gmail.com
Thu May 3 12:24:27 CEST 2012
The exception is that there are some hacks involving putting very small holes in a model to force the slicer to put more plastic in those areas (because it has to outline all of those holes) rather than just filling it with the sparse infill.
On Thursday, May 3, 2012 at 12:11 AM, Stuart Young wrote:
> This is part of the slicing software (Skeinforge, Slic3r).
> It is not mandated in the model of the object (STL) per se, so doesn't fall in the domain of OpenSCAD.
> On May 3, 2012 4:24 PM, "M W" <rd232d at yahoo.com (mailto:rd232d at yahoo.com)> wrote:
> > I've seen that various parts built have hexagonal "honeycomb" air spaces added inside, to save filament; If needed for a part like a servo mount, is there a way to disable this, or enable it for a part you want lighter?
> > Also, can you make a hings from thinning an ABS piece down, and if so, how thin / how durable is it? (I could always make a place for metal axle pins etc. if needed, just curious on this one.)
> > Thanks again,
> > Mark
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