EASY STEPS FOR DESIGNING A 3D PRINTED PIN
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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.
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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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