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Wolfram Raspberry Pi Case

by WolframResearch, published

Wolfram Raspberry Pi Case by WolframResearch Nov 11, 2013

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Raspberry Pi case with the Wolfram Spikey.

Based on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:30572

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I am a beginner indeed. But i did top part with same settings as bottom and it printed it 100% solid. Other than that it came out great, just som light trimming to get top and bottom to fit nice together.
3D models are not volumetric (they are not solid.) The slicer figures out which side is in and which is out so that it can fill it. The infill specifies how filled it should be, so 0% infill means it will be hollow.

I would try printing with 15% infill or so to get a reasonably string case.
I tried to print this with Makerware 2.4.0.14. I choose 0% infill but it printed the outer walls with air between them. Very strange, is walls not solid in stl file?

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I tried to print this with Makerware 2.4.0.14. I choose 0% infill but it printed the outer walls with air between them. Very strange, is walls not solid in stl file?
3D models are not volumetric (they are not solid.) The slicer figures out which side is in and which is out so that it can fill it. The infill specifies how filled it should be, so 0% infill means it will be hollow.

I would try printing with 15% infill or so to get a reasonably string case.
I am a beginner indeed. But i did top part with same settings as bottom and it printed it 100% solid. Other than that it came out great, just som light trimming to get top and bottom to fit nice together.
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