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This is the salt Shaker made in the 3D design Class I have taught at CCCKC Hackerspace 3D design and 3D Printing Class in Kansas City.
Down load the Files and print your own. Download the construction files and create one yourself in Hexagon 2.5 - Polygon Modeler Offered on Daz3d site . . . http://www.daz3d.com/hexagon-2-5-download-version
HXN files are native Hexagon Files
In the class we created the shakers from scratch starting with only a cube primative. The entire two part object uses simple construction principles. By first creating the base in about 5 steps and then the top in about 3 steps. Duplicating the bottom half and making it fit into the bottom with a lip is the most complicated part. The hints in the class are key.
The Class covers the interface to Hexagon and construction techniques for 3d printed items. We also cover how to gauge your object output based on the printers abilities and design with the printer resolution and final product in mind.
Not just another Salt Shaker by versonova is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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