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autodesk recap photo
 STARTT   Started by Dave brown   2018-01-07 12:25:12 +00:00   Comments: 9    Viewed: 1207

  1. Dave brown
    Dave brown Member
    uploaded photos to recap photos of a face and it came back ready to put on cura and print. i put it on cura and tried to print it, the printer went from 0% to 100% in a matter of seconds but printer did not move. would someone with knowledge of 3d printing try it for me.
    Dave brown, 2018-01-07 12:25:13 +00:00
    Attached files : dave.stl
  2. it is not ready to print
    the surface is not closed, not "water tight", it has a volume of 0 zero.
    u need to open it in a 3d editing software and close the surface or give it some thikness.
    would you need more help?
    George Dan Matei, 2018-01-13 10:34:52 +00:00
  3. Dave brown
    Dave brown Member

    yes i would like more help, the only 3d editing software i have is 3d build, not got a clue about adding thickness or closing it. thank you for taking the time to look at it.
    Dave brown, 2018-01-13 10:44:22 +00:00
  4. Do You have the OBJ file? Send it. What size to be and what thickness?
    George Dan Matei, 2018-01-13 13:19:56 +00:00
  5. Dave brown
    Dave brown Member
    just reexported it as obj file, it does'nt matter what size or thickness i can sort that in cura.
    Dave brown, 2018-01-14 13:42:31 +00:00
    Attached files : dave.obj
  6. It matters. If I make it 100 mm high and 1 mm thick, then, if u scale it down to 2 cm height, the thickness will be 0.2 mm and again you'll not be able to print it.
    If I leave it as is (about 25 mm high) and make it 1 mm thick, then, if you scale it up to 100 mm high, then the thickness will be about 4 mm, which might be too much.
    George Dan Matei, 2018-01-14 15:08:45 +00:00
  7. this is your file with a thickness of 1.
    George Dan Matei, 2018-01-14 16:23:35 +00:00
    Attached files : dave1.zip
  8. a little blurry, but is nice ok
    George Dan Matei, 2018-02-03 21:51:31 +00:00
  9. I have the same kind of problem with photography. I want to appeal to the guys from pinkfilm.org since at the moment I am in the Dominican Republic. What do you advise? Are there any guys who worked with this office? I do not like to waste time, so I want to immediately contact the guys who will do everything quickly and efficiently. Can anyone advise from the Dominican Republic?
    Vondes vondes, 2019-02-19 12:03:30 +00:00
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