I do understand it’s a “2d” engraving. I was unclear as to how the actual 3d aspect of the image was manipulated prior to the engraving process.
I will have to look into making standard drawings appear 3d more.
Thanks for the feedback!
I was thinking that if the steel ball was some type of permanent magnet etc that you would be able to then reverse it? I realize that just inversing the polarity would not be effective if the ball was just magnetic. Also raises the question though that the ball would just roll and “flip” orientation if it was a permanent magnet and you r…[Read more]
I’ve been reading through all the posts for the zenxy… i’m completely intrigued by it!
I did want to throw out a thought though.. I know a lot of posts refer back to not being able to lift the ball , which makes everything need to be “continuous” no dotting of I’s etc. I would think that it would be possible to incorporate an electromagnet on…[Read more]
thank you will give that a shot too…
I did find this design which i really liked that has the fusion 360 file included so I can modify it for a 65mm spindle … however
I literally just spent an hour and half trying to modify this which I thought would be super simple but i’m obviously terrible at fusion 360 because i know someone could modify…[Read more]
ah I was printing with 100 percent cooling. I’m trying a test print now with it set way down to see if there’s a noticeable difference.
I hear nothing but good things about ngen filament I just haven’t been able to get it dialed in yet. I get a lot of stringing , some warped corners and brittle parts.
i’ve messed with retraction settings, b…[Read more]
so i’m on my second build of the mpcnc.
I decided to try and use colorfaab ngen filament this time instead of PLA/PHA that I used last time. I’m having major issues with parts cracking when assembling….anyone else try using this filament for the mpcnc , similar results? or do I simply have something wrong in my slicer settings? I’m using l…[Read more]
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