Merkava main battle tank 3D model is here to wow you
London, 23 June 2016 – Go behind the driving levers of Merkava II 3D model, printing a detailed replica of the Israeli war machine.
Nothing can be more frustrating than 3D model printing with gaps and falling apart. In this post we will talk about the things you can do to prevent your model from printing with gaps or holes.
Firstly, you should know that in order to print a 3D model as a single object, the mesh must be completely manifold or “watertight”.
Have you asked yourself why do your 3D models break when processed after having been 3D printed? Why are there cracks in your 3D print? What is the reason for all these problems and what can you do to prevent them. There is a single answer to all these questions and this is the wall thickness issue that has to be considered before sending your STL files to print.