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3D Modeling Poster

by ryan74 Mar 10, 2017
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Love this, I would like to use it with our Afinia 800 H+1 printer, are their files for that? We just started a 3D club and this would be helpful in explaining the differences.

The support print is different than shown in the picture. I like the one int the picture better, is there any way you could repost it?

theres a pretty big problem here because more shells can print faster!

Hey! this is superb work, I really love the way its showing each elements of 3D printing, it helps with people that are more visual than reading text, I would love to throw in a request for the poster to be in a editable form so I can translate the text, I want to make one for French. any way you can send me the file ? or can I edit this one directly? or is it better if I make my own ... ?

Would love to have .gcode files for Prusa Mk3 or PowerSpec (MicroCenter)... A very nicely arranged display with helpful information. Thanks for your good work!

I would like the files for printing with a Makerbot Replicator 2. Thanks.

I am new to 3D printing.
I am trying to print the support file and have been running into trouble. I am using the Raise3d 3D N2 Plus printer with dual nozzle.
about an hour into printing, the right nozzle, which I am not using for this print, hits the right side of the last three bridges. This breaks the right side of the bridge off of the platform and ruins the print.
I also noticed that while printing the bridges, there is more filament towards the inner most edge of the bridges, which is what the nozzle is hitting when moving around, causing it to break off.
Any suggestions as to why this is happening and/or what I can do to fix this?
I can post pictures if needed.
Thank you.

I used this in my 3D print class and it really helped my students understand what each one represents and why we use the settings.


This is great. I'd like to use it in our library makerspace. I can't seem to get the presliced files to work, however. When I download and unzip them to my usb, the Replikator+ says there are no files to print. I've verified that all the folders contain the unzipped files. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Another request for the poster file to be made available in an editable form. Would love to do it in Swedish for my space. Or is it better we just remix?

Great work! Is it possible for us to use it in our local maker space? We're located in Canton, China. If yes, we can do the translation.

Thank you!

Hey, we'd love to use this in our local maker space. Is it possible to get an word version of the chart? We'd like to translate it into german. Thanks for the great work!

This is awesome! Do you mind if I make a translated version of this poster (in Spanish)?

Love the concept, however the poster as shown above has multiple spelling errors which is a disservice to students and looks unprofessional:

increse s/b increase
reffered s/b referred
preffered s/b preferred

Thank you for catching those - Fixed

Amazing ideia!
Thank you for sharing with us!