When 3D printing a cylinder, the two main choices are vertically or horizontally. The better orientation would be one that makes the curved side of the cylinder the smoothest.
Do you need to hollow resin prints?
Printing models hollow might save a small amount of resin, but the total money saved is eroded by uncured resin clinging to the greater surface area, which increases IPA consumption, and a much more complex workflow than printing solid. We think that the goal of in-office 3D printing is to increase efficiency.
How do I make a cura hollow model?
If you want a thick shell and then hollow then it is easy. Just set infill % to zero. But if you want infill between the outer shell and this new shell then you need to create the inner empty area in CAD.
How do you 3D print a hollow object in Cura?
Cura Tricks for 3D Printing
What is hollow Meshmixer?
Step 2: Hollow Out Your 3D Model With Meshmixer – Look for Meshmixer’s hollow tool (Edit > Hollow) and adjust the settings based on your preferences for wall thickness. Meshmixer will create a shell inside your model according to the offset you specify.
How do you make a hollow cylinder in Tinkercad?
How to Hollow Out Objects in Tinkercad – Shelling Tutorial
3D printing the entire Sintratec S2 volume with SLS
3D Printing Ambiguous Cylinders
How long will a 3D printed cylinder head last? Let’s find out!