Description:We have 4 items that we can knock up in sketch up in about an hour. However, sketch up doesn't handle recesses or chamfer very well.
We are looking for these 4 items (2 are incredibly simple) to be made print ready for us to print, test and revise.
Wants:Requirements are any CAD software that gives us 4 separate .stl 3D print ready files.
#5 Parts for 3D Printing by Aravinda
#17 Cartridge by BodGab
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