Design specification

HI! In order to ensure that your design can be printed successfully, please follow the steps below: ​

1) Choose materials according to actual usage requirements. ​

2) Check the wall thickness of your design, and be sure to meet the minimum wall thickness requirements. ​

3) If your design is hollow, be sure to design a large enough escape hole. (For SLA printing) ​

4) If there are independent columns in your design, you must meet the minimum wall thickness requirements. ​

5) If there are convex or concave details in your design (such as embossed or concave characters, etc.), you must meet the minimum width and height requirements. ​

6) If there are holes in your design, their inner diameter and depth must meet the minimum hole requirements.

Please refer to Attached Table 1 for the above 2-6 items.

7) If there is a sharp part in your design, the angle of this part needs to meet the minimum requirement of 20 degrees. (For typical sharp surfaces, please refer to Attachment 2: When the wall thickness is thin or the load is large, the model with sharp surfaces is easy to be damaged in the process of removing support, grinding, packaging and transportation. If there is a sharp surface, its angle It needs to be greater than 20 degrees. If you cannot meet this requirement, it is recommended that you increase the angle of the sharp surface, remove the sharp part or replace other materials.) ​

8) If your design contains multiple parts that need to be assembled, be sure to meet the minimum tolerance requirements between the parts.

9) If your design is more complicated, it may be judged as a special-shaped part and quoted according to special specifications.

If your design complies with the above design specifications, it will greatly increase the success rate of printing.


Table 1

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Table 2

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