By Lydia Cline

ISBN-10: 0071833471

ISBN-13: 9780071833479

Grasp the artwork of 3D printing with step by step tutorials and DIY projects
Are you prepared to hitch the hot business revolution? 3D Printing with Autodesk 123D, Tinkercad, and MakerBot unearths the right way to flip your principles into actual items so you might use or promote! Youll the best way to function robust, unfastened software program from Autodesk and convey your creations to lifestyles with the MakerBot--a prime customer printer--or a web provider bureau.

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More choices are available when the outline and face are selected than when just the outline is selected. 1. Choose Circular Pattern. 2. Click on Center Point. Then click the dropdown arrow and choose Full. Figure 3-22 Array the sunray. 3. Drag the buttons until you have the number of copies wanted or type a number in the text field. 44 3D Printing with Autodesk 123D, Tinkercad, and MakerBot 5. Extrude the sun by choosing Extrude from the Construction menu, selecting the entire sun with a selection window, and making sure New Solid is chosen from the dropdown menu (see Figure 3-23).

3. Hover the mouse over this line until it turns red and then press Delete. 4. The lines have been trimmed (deleted). (c) Figure 3-12 (a) Overlapping sketch lines create a separate shape. (b) Trim overlapping lines with the Trim tool. (c) Use the Trim tool to delete a sketch that’s on the same plane as other sketches. 38 3D Printing with Autodesk 123D, Tinkercad, and MakerBot The Project tool is also useful for making a sketch from a complex solid that has evolved from multiple operations. Such a task might be impossible with the simple sketch tools available.

Click Axis and select the torus. 3. Drag the yellow buttons to make copies or type a number in the glyph. Figure 3-6 Array the stud around the bracelet with the Circular Pattern tool. Chapter 3 5. To add texture and color, click the Material menu (see Figure 3-7). A window of material swatches appears; click a swatch and then click it onto the torus. Then select a stud and click a different material onto it. The material paints whatever surface is selected, so make sure what you don’t want to repaint isn’t highlighted.

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