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    Solid prints - Lothiphane

    Im guessing that the cube3 will not do Solid prints?

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    Nope- Short to the point.

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    Thank you for the straight to the point answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawnhenson View Post
    Im guessing that the cube3 will not do Solid prints?
    The Cube 3 will. Cube Print software won't.

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    A thin Lithophane will print without fill if you limit the thickness.
    This allows the depth of the print to come through with light.
    It is the layer thickness that makes up most of the resolution.
    Printing on end does a pretty decent job!

    I've also done some geological 3D prints of land-areas with exaggerated height. Those work nicely too.

    It is all a matter of scale and resolution. And for Lithophanes, fill.

 

 

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