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Non-Manifolds: Your Worst 3d Printing Nightmare

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Non-manifolds: Your Worst 3D Printing Nightmare

3D Printing starts by first having a model designed virtually on a computer. Then the model file needs to be in a format that a printed can read. This is done by creating geometrical points, lines, and faces which is called a mesh. The mesh is then sliced by another program, which creates a code or instructions that tell the printer where to go. The code then gets printed and the object appears

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manifold is the rubber that makes up the balloon. Manifolds are good. A manifold is our geometry

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Each part of geometry should have their own place

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he surface should never have a dead end because it is continuous

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