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3D Printing Project: Designing a Replacement Part

Lynda.com - Mon, 05/26/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Kacie Hultgren

Released On: 5/27/2014

Creating replacement parts for household appliances and furniture (like a broken oven knob or draw pull) is a great use of desktop 3D printers. In this short project course, author Kacie Hultgren takes us through the four steps needed to design and ultimately print a replacement part with your 3D printer: sketching your ideas on paper, translating notes into a digital design with a CAD program, testing the print, and then revising and improving on your model. Start now and learn to create replacement parts that are almost as good as the original.

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