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10x10x10 dimension test

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10x10x10 dimension test by jolyon Feb 2, 2013
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10x10x10 dimension test by jolyonpc [created on 3DTin]


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This is a standard 3Dtin block x 10 in X, Y and Z directions.

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Sorry for any confusion. The structure was created in http://www.3Dtin.comwww.3Dtin.com as 10 blocks in each of the 3 directions. How it prints depends on the scale factor used when slicing. Nowadays, I use Sketchup. I draw everything in millimetres (ten times bigger, to allow enough resolution) then slice before printing with a scale factor of 0.1 (in Cura). The result is spot on :)

So if I want a 30mm x 20mm x 40mm cube, I draw it in Sketchup as a 300mm x 200mm x 400mm cube. (I think Sketchup was really meant for designing buildings, hence the resolution is too coarse for small objects).

I hope this helps.

This is NOT 10x10x10 but rather 15x15x15.

It's causing people to think their machine or methods are off.

lol... My first print!