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Nanosuit 2

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Nanosuit 2 by wilben Dec 26, 2012

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Nanosuit from crysis 2

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Not a problem!

"Water-tight" means checking for small holes that exist in the model. Sketchup has a tendency to create little holes that you can't see, so you need another program to fix them.

I'm excited to see your photo.
i have a finished print. i'll try ti post a photo. I did not understand your question: "Does blender let you check if the model is water tight?". water tight is something like water proof? Sorry about my poor english, i'm brazilian.
So sorry about my multiple posts, I don't know what's going on with the comments.

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I've just been using the STL exporter for sketchup:

guitar-list.com/download-software/convert-sketchup-skp-files-dxf-or-stl

Does blender let you check if the model is water tight?

Also, do you have a finished print?
How did you manage the support material like that?
I used google sketchup to create support material and exported to. "dae". then i exported to. "STL" using Blender.
So sorry about my multiple posts, I don't know what's going on with the comments.
I've just been using the STL exporter for sketchup:

guitar-list.com/download-software/convert-sketchup-skp-files-dxf-or-stl

Does blender let you check if the model is water tight?

Also, do you have a finished print?!
i have a finished print. i'll try ti post a photo. I did not understand your question: "Does blender let you check if the model is water tight?". water tight is something like water proof? Sorry about my poor english, i'm brazilian.
Roach - in reply to wilben
Not a problem!

"Water-tight" means checking for small holes that exist in the model. Sketchup has a tendency to create little holes that you can't see, so you need another program to fix them.

I'm excited to see your photo.
I'm just always used the STL exporter plugin for sketchup:

guitar-list.com/download-software/convert-sketchup-skp-files-dxf-or-stl

Does blender let you check for a watertight model?

Also, do you have a finished print?
I've been using this:

guitar-list.com/download-software/convert-sketchup-skp-files-dxf-or-stl

Can you make the model watertight using blender?

Also, do you have a finished print?!
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