[Blabber] info on 3D printing software
crystal at superluckycat.com
Sat Apr 21 17:01:01 EDT 2012
Yeah, it looks like it's building a wireframe when you use the 'revolve' tool. Here are some screen shots:
But it looks like file type options are all 2D when I go to save.
On Apr 21, 2012, at 12:56 PM, Guan Yang wrote:
> What I saw Thursday didn't convince me that illustrator has actual 3D capabilities. For example, could you rotate the object in any direction?
> On Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 11:57, SuperLuckyCat wrote:
>> Hey, can someone post the info on what software/file type is being used to run the 3D printers? I had a demo but can't remember the process. I know there was an internet tool to check the file quality or run conversion or something as well. I checked the wiki and couldn't find anything -- if it's there, point me at it.
>> I'm trying to sort out whether it will be possible to use Illustrator's 3D capabilities to design & print, or whether I should just bite the bullet and learn 3D CAD. Not having much luck finding info online on Illustrator and 3D printing, so maybe if I work from the other end I'll get better results.
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