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Re: 3D software?


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Generally (from what I have experienced) the text is 2D when put and you use the depth tool to expand it.





But then, how would you indent the text? The 612A of the Niessen key is cut into the key not raised. I think I'll let Tom do this one. emoticon

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All the moving parts are connected
all the jumpers are jumped.

ready to run the calibration software
and then the simple test print file

hopefully everything is in it's proper place
let your known how it goes.

Ive see a few projects with major concave
and convex surfaces. Looking forward
to trying to print the key.

Tom
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Jintosh wrote:

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Generally (from what I have experienced) the text is 2D when put and you use the depth tool to expand it.





But then, how would you indent the text? The 612A of the Niessen key is cut into the key not raised. I think I'll let Tom do this one. emoticon



You can reverse the depth on the model of an already existing object.

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