How to FDM Print for Part Sliding Clearance

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If you are 3D printing parts that have to fit/slide together after printing, you will need to put some sort of clearance between those parts in your CAD system. A good starting place is a clearance 2x the layer height you are going to print at, but you should make a few smaller test prints at different clearances to see if the 2x layer height rule holds for your particular situation and orientation. Have fun and happy printing!

How to create a perforated sheet metal

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could be that you want to use rectangular patern. by creating one hole and copying it over the surface of the sheet. i actually never use sheet metal parts but here it goes.

IronCAD - Using the Co-ordinate system to create a section

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Use the Co-Ordinate systems to create a section plane. This is a handy alternative the section tool, as it does not cut the solid model.

IronCAD - Linked Cross Sections

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Create independent parts all driven by the one linked cross section

IronCAD - Multifeature part from one Cross Section

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Create a pipe section with flanges at each end, using one circle to drive the bore diameter with flange OD offset from this.

JP_005_GrabCAD Print: 部品摺動部の隙間をFDM造形する方法

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