Stratasys 3D Printing: Self-Supporting Angles with FDM

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Self-Supporting Angles with FDM   Looking to save some time when printing with FDM?   Generally, in 3D printing processes when there is some of overhanging feature, support will be required to be underneath. The time it takes to switch between support material and model material can add up to a lot by the time the build is finished. However, when using the FDM process, there is a degree of self-supporting angles that can be utilized to greatly reduce printing […]

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Suppressing Sketch Relations in SolidWorks

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I ran across a discussion at a recent user group meeting in where someone asked me if it was possible to create part configurations where the same sketch segment could have two different sketch relations. I wasn’t sure if this was possible so I did some investigating. Much to my surprise, this is in fact possible! Here are some screen shots of this process in action. First, make your sketch and add some relation to this. In this case I […]

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