The Overhang and Bridge test is to demonstrate what angle a MakerBot 3D Printer can print to without print surface quality changing. This print also demonstrates how far a MakerBot Replicator can bridge without print surface quality changing.
This model is part of the Print Kit found in MakerBot in the Classroom (http://www.makerbot.com/education). Each print serves as a visual aid to help describe basic concepts, terminology, and/or settings associated with 3D Printing.
Visit http://www.makerbot.com/education to find all of our educational resources, including real-world MakerBot stories, videos, learning, challenges and more.
Download the .makerbot file and place the file on your usb stick. The .makerbot file is for a MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printer (5th Generation).
If you need to print this file on other MakerBot Replicators, please download the .stl file and bring into MakerBot Desktop. Select the correct printer from the Device dropdown in the file menu bar. Make sure that Supports from Settings is NOT selected. Export the file or print directly.