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Guide to 3D modelling formats (Solids, Surface, Mesh)

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Are you new to 3D and want to understand 3D-file formats commonly used for 3D Printing better? This guide/walk-through should help at least getting a better understanding of what everything is and how you can use the formats for your projects. 🚨Please use affiliate links 💖. These links (if you buy something) gives me a tiny kickback. Won't cost you a penny more, but support me creating content! (--- Amazon - http://geni.us/3DpTDAmazon (--- GearBest - http://bit.ly/2HCby7q (--- Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/3DprintTechDesign Visit my official website with loads of great content: https://www.antonmansson.com @Twitter: https://twitter.com/AntonMnsson @Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/3dprint_tech_design/ @Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/3DPrintTechDesign/ @Thingiverse: http://geni.us/3DpTDthings 💖 💖 💖
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Francisco Perez-Smith (5 months ago)
That was a great video! Thank you for mapping out these concepts for us :)!!
Jim Rainey (1 year ago)
It is 2018 and your tutorian is not up-to date with the latest version ofd Fusion. Please do a new one.
Harpreet Sharda (11 months ago)
He published video on May 7, 2016 , How would you expect 2018 information in 2016.
airTrek (1 year ago)
Nice lesson. It's not that easy to find material explaining the differences between Solids and Meshes, which is what I was looking for!
iCloud Henshaw (2 years ago)
Great vid !

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