Have you tried to upload your 3D model files on Gambody and got stuck at the first step, not knowing exactly what is required from you? No worries. We’re here to help you and make everything clear so that every upload you make becomes an easy and enjoyable experience.
If you are a 3D printing enthusiast who designs models in STL files this guide will detail the procedure of exporting files from Autodesk Maya, repairing them in Netfabb and sending them to your 3D printer, using Cura 15.06 slicer.
We’ve recently received many messages from our users who complain that the 3D printing of the model they have bought fails. The sections of parts fall apart and are not bonded when printing.
We write this blog post for those who use Simplify3D software and who have faced similar problems of printing one model in several separate elements.
London, 04 May 2016 – How is your 3D printing process going? Have you finished to 3D print the model you have purchased on Gambody?
We are anxious to see how your 3D prints look like and will be more than happy if you agree to share them with us. In return, we reward you with 15%, 20% or even 25% discount on your next order on Gambody.
You have your STL file but you don’t own a 3D printer. What can you do in this case? Luckily, there are a lot of online 3D printing services ready to craft your preferred 3D model in no time. The services provide the opportunity to choose the filament material and color you want to have your 3D model printed in.
They deliver post-printing processed models at your house’s doorstep with international delivery option available. So, regardless of your location, you can easily turn your computer on, and choose a 3D printing service that best responds to your needs.