I use Solidworks, at the moment I have a summer job as a designer at a company, so I have unlimited use to it on my laptop, which is awesome. I already 3D printed a section of inverted track (B and M) from a corkscrew.
Finished the model, going to see if I can chop it up enough into enough pieces to print one, probably about a foot and a half tall. I will probably have to adjust all the tolerances, and that will come later.
I found out you can export .stl files from Blender which I believe can be 3D printed. If that's true, since Blender can basically act as a converter for any 3D model file, you can use whatever 3D modelling program you want to 3D print! I can't wait to try this on the 3D Printer at my school, I'll definitely post pictures when I have something done
Sometimes when I am at the park I ask myself "Why is Kingda Ka open?"
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