From theory to practice — 3D printing 1- burger and 3d-printer introduction

I printed a burger today as testing. It’s my first-time use 3d printer. That was amazing! I need to export the 3d model as ‘STL’ format and put the file into Netfabb first to check if there’s any issue in the file or not. If there is, you need to repair the file first, change each red polygon to green so that finished repair. After that, you need to put it into Cura to decide to the size of the model, density of the model or add some support when printing.  screen-shot-2016-11-26-at-22-50-52-copyscreen-shot-2016-11-26-at-22-51-02-copy screen-shot-2016-11-26-at-22-51-09-copy   wechatimg6Screen Shot 2016-11-26 at 22.58.36.png

These wires are PLA material and Woodfill (another material with wood). The Ultimaker2 works for PLA and Woodfill, the orange machine works for Resin that really expensive. After fixing the burger, I printed it, but it looks like a Macaron. More 3d printed objects coming soon, following me and see what happens next.img_6745-copy

From theory to practice — 3D printing 1- burger and 3d-printer introduction