A detailed guide of the very basics of bringing an STL file into and out of blender 3.0 for 3d printing. We will be doing a minor STL mesh editing change then checking it with the 3D Print Tool Box and then exporting it as a .stl 3d printing.

This is just the very basics of Blender for 3D printing. If you are unfamiliar with blender take this intro course of mine to master it in no time

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Related Links:
Setup Blender For 3D Printing & MM Precision: https://youtu.be/R-Vq2O-hvfo
STL being edited in the video: https://bit.ly/3AIagEe
3D Print Tool Box Errors Explained: https://youtu.be/0rgrLWFUjlk

Free Course | Learn Blender 2.9+/3.0 through precision modelling playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6Fiih6ItYsXzUbBNz7-IvV7UJYHZzCdF />
Other Links:
Precision Gear Addon For Blender (Gumroad):

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Time Stamps:
0:00 – Importing An .STL To Blender.
00:15 – Basic Blender Controls & Making An .slt Easier To Work With.
01:15 – Editing An .stl In Blender.
03:12 – Making Sure The Mesh Is 3D Printable.


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