EASY STEPS FOR DESIGNING A 3D PRINTED PIN
We’re using Tinkercad.com and a simple vector file we’ve already imported.
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Make 2 copies of this shape. Select one, change the height, & nudge it over. Repeat with the other.
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Change the colors to more clearly see how it will look or to try out color options.
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Export all 3 shapes for printing.
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You can also use the text feature built in to Tinkercad to make your design.
We print these pins on our Prusa 3D printer, swapping the filament to layer the colors.
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While supplies last, we are including these pins for free with every order from rplusddesigns.com
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