Parametric Lego Technic Small Motor Mount (iteration 2).

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Parametric Lego Technic Small Motor Mount (iteration 2). by projunk Jan 7, 2014
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Parametric Lego Technic Small Motor Mount (iteration 2).

The original design, which is very close to the Lego part, was very hard to print.

Therefor this design has been made much more solid, however it should still be functionally compatible.

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Errors while slicing, need help to print.

Thanks for your professional, parametric model. It seems to be very sophisticated, but unfortunately I can't print it. When I export the scad file as stl and try to import the stl-file to slic3r, I get an message that 21340 errors have been corrected. When I start the same import with your MotorMountShort2.stl slicer reports only 146 errors but the file is still not printable. My versions: slic3r 1.1.7 stable and OpenScad 2015.03.

How did you slice your model to get a printable gcode-file?

Previous versions of slic3r were not that critical about the stl object manifold issue. My later designs have all been corrected for this manifold issue. I will fix the design and upload it.

However, if you are in a hurry, you can correct the stl in several ways. One way is via following Microsoft site

Mar 21, 2015 - Modified Mar 21, 2015
projunk - in reply to projunk

Although I fixed the scad file (as far as I can judge) correctly, slic3r still gives a manifold issue. So the generated files has been flxed using the netfabb repair service. Both scad source file and the fixed stl file have been uploaded.