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How to repair or reproduce an
object with 3D printing ?
The window latch
1
Notice
This presentation contains all materials needed to conduct an
introduction workshop on how to reproduce and repair ...
Repair or reproduce an object with 3D printing
3
Bring in a picture and
follow it as a guide
Open 3D Slash software
and ge...
Sequence steps in a progressive way during 1h30’
30 min’ – Introduction, getting started with modeling
5 min’ – Explain th...
Ressources
Pre-requisites:
NO EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND THIS WORKSHOP,
Print a window latch to show it to the parti...
To go further
Show other examples of repaired or reproduced objects. Your owns or on
our gallery : https://www.3dslash.net...
FREE YOUR MAKER POWER
For any feedback or question feel free ton contact us at: jean-marie.laly@3dslash.net.
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Repair or reproduce an object with 3D printing

  1. 1. How to repair or reproduce an object with 3D printing ? The window latch 1
  2. 2. Notice This presentation contains all materials needed to conduct an introduction workshop on how to reproduce and repair a part with 3D printing, It is based on an example to introduce participants with the approach, the modeling software, and the printing process, Feel free to use this content. For any question or feedback, please contact us at : jean-marie.laly@3dslash.net 2
  3. 3. Repair or reproduce an object with 3D printing 3 Bring in a picture and follow it as a guide Open 3D Slash software and get started with short exercises 30 min 30 min’ Get your model 3D printed, at your printer or online 30 min 1 2 3
  4. 4. Sequence steps in a progressive way during 1h30’ 30 min’ – Introduction, getting started with modeling 5 min’ – Explain the objective to reproduce an object using 3D printing, show the printed example and the process to get there, 5 min’ – Make a quick demo with 3D Slash to show the basics in action, 20 min’ - Participants either : Participants follow the 6 steps online tutorials (see “resources” slide), Or model a face, a sculpture, a house, or anything they want to get started, 30 min’ – Modeling the window latch Accompany participants step by step in the design of the object (watch video next slide), 30 min’ – Printing the model Save the object, go online and click on the 3D model, Then either download the .STL and show how to slice it and print it, Or make a simulation to print at 3DHubs, Sculpteo and iMaterialise. 4
  5. 5. Ressources Pre-requisites: NO EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND THIS WORKSHOP, Print a window latch to show it to the participants at the beginning of the workshop, Download 3D Slash desktop version to make it ready for the participants, Make sure you have an internet connexion to access the video tutorials, Link to the online videos: Tutorials: https://www.3dslash.net/learn_tutorials.php Window latch modeling : https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=249&v=jZgfiEYuGl0 Link to the window latch: Picture : https://www.3dslash.net/thing.php?hash=4b78fe9764e9cac2a73367083cf3b64edf7ed9 309cce8ccbf1972bfe3349dc9b&filter=,1,0,0 3D model: https://www.3dslash.net/thing.php?hash=74b974591e588aa66d0eabb579fbf46b4eb1e b601ee4ee18774f8c12492d9e77&filter=3,0,0,0 5
  6. 6. To go further Show other examples of repaired or reproduced objects. Your owns or on our gallery : https://www.3dslash.net/gallery.php Explain what can be done easily or not: EASY : mechanical parts with 3 axes, holes, … HARD: organic parts, complex geometries such as screw propeller, … EXPENSIVE : all large parts, metal, stereolithography techniques, … Explore 3D scanning, and import a scan in 3D Slash. 6 -> Organize a second workshop in which people will bring their own broken parts and 3D model them
  7. 7. FREE YOUR MAKER POWER For any feedback or question feel free ton contact us at: jean-marie.laly@3dslash.net.

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