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Modular Interlocking Drawers

by CNeeper Dec 3, 2017
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Looks like they can be all printed without support?

I use supports on the drawers, but only to support the bottom of the slot where the label is inserted. That's the only object that probably needs a little support. All of the other objects can be printed upright without supports.

I also print without rafts, FWIW.

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The original Fusion360/etc. files available by chance?

Well... Considering I made this with TinkerCAD... Mmmmmmm... Probably no. ;-) (I'm a novice, so if I can somehow export what you're looking for out of TinkerCAD I'm happy to try, but I'll need some schooling on what it is you're looking for.)

I've not used tinkercad yet.. I'm also a novice, but have been trying to learn with fusion360. Honestly, I wanted your "Designs" so I could futz with them some. STLs aren't good for much (in my experience at least) other than resizing the whole thing.. no real dimensions of sorts. Appreciate the quick response though! I was looking for something like these to print up....

As nearly as I can tell, it looks like Tinkercad will allow me to export "For 3D Print" to .obj and .stl, and "For Lasercutting" to .svg. Probably the best thing I could offer is to make the design public on Tinkercad and see if you have any more ability to futz on the Tinkercad platform itself. I've never tried to make a design public on Tinkercad nor have I tried to mod someone else's Tinkercad design, but with some quick Google-fu, it looks like exporting a "futzable" drawing from Tinkercad into something else like Fusion360 isn't really an option. So if Tinkercad does actually allow someone to mod someone else's Tinkercad drawing, then that's probably your only real option to make any meaningful changes. Hopefully, some more knowledgeable user will chime in and prove me wrong.

Can you export to .stp or .step?

As nearly as I can tell, I can only export to .obj, .stl, and .svg. There does appear to be an option to send my drawings to Fusion 360, but I don't own a subscription to it. Modular Interlocking Drawers was one of only three or four objects I've ever designed...just to learn a little about CAD and 3d printers. I don't have plans to do any more cad work in the future, and certainly not to the point where I'd need to use/learn a real CAD program. Sorry. It's WYSIWYG.