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Marcus Ritland - 3D Printing with Sketchup [2014, ePub, Mobi, ENG]

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3D Printing with Sketchup
Год: 2014
Автор: Marcus Ritland
Жанр: CG 3D GRAPHICS
Издательство: PacktPub
ISBN: 978-1-78328-457-3
Язык: Английский
Формат: ePub, Mobi
Качество: Изначально компьютерное (eBook)
Интерактивное оглавление: Да
Количество страниц: 210
Описание: As 3D printing is becoming more accessible, it is important for designers and architects to know how to utilize the technology. SketchUp is a popular 3D modelling tool and is among the easiest programs to work with as a beginner. Whether printing on your desktop, or outsourcing to a commercial 3D print service, this is a skill you'll want in your portfolio. Starting with an overview of 3D printing technologies, you will learn how to design SketchUp models for 3D printing, set up a template for 3D printing, explore the specific requirements for a 3D printable model, and look at the essential SketchUp extensions for 3D printing. You will start by printing a simple 3D model, progress to importing images that can be used to make 3D models, and move on to tweaking the model for specific 3D printers. This book delves into the most important concepts for designing 3D printable models, from wall thickness and modelling solids, to using available models and adapting them to your needs. You will also learn where to access, and more importantly, how to adapt existing 3D models available online for your own use. Finally, this book will show how it’s possible to use Google Earth terrain and modify existing architectural SketchUp models before printing.
What you will learn from this book:
Understand how 3D printing works, and why you may need to design your model differently for different printing processes
Discover tips to make the modelling process easier, extensions to help you work faster, and how to make any model printable
Find online models and expedite the modelling process by working from an existing modelAdapt architectural models built for rendering into full-color 3D printable models
Import terrain data from Google Earth to SketchUp and work with terrain data to make it printable
3D Printing with SketchUp
Credits
About the Author
About the Reviewers
www.PacktPub.com
Support files, eBooks, discount offers and more
Why Subscribe?
Free Access for Packt account holders
Preface
What this book covers
What you need for this book
Who this book is for
Conventions
Reader feedback
Customer support
Downloading the color images of this book
Errata
Piracy
Questions
1. Concepts Every 3D Printing Designer Needs to Know
A short background of 3D printing
The 3D printing process
Printing support material
Own a printer or use a print service?
Making the most of 3D printing
Designing for prototypes versus finished products
Avoiding the pitfalls of 3D printing
Choosing a 3D modeling program
Summary
2. Setting Up SketchUp for 3D Printing
Downloading and installing SketchUp
The SketchUp interface
Setting up a template for fast modeling and troubleshooting
Using the 3D printer's build volume component
Model units of measurement
Saving our template as the default template
Using other styles
Setting up toolbars
Minimizing dialog boxes
Installing and using extensions
Installing more extensions
A quick exercise
Importing .STL files
Summary
3. From 2D Drawing to 3D Model
Starting from a quick sketch
Designing for ease of printing
Modeling in SketchUp from a sketch
Keeping a historical timeline of changes speeds iteration
Exporting the model and printing
Importing vector artwork
Changing the scale of the part
A bonus tip – the 45-degree overhang rule for filament printers
Making the design your own
Summary
4. Understanding Model Resolution
Wall thickness
Modeling a vase
Creating a profile
Avoiding missing faces by scaling up your model
Creating wall thickness
Understanding noncircular circles
Making the magic happen with the Follow Me tool
A bonus tip for desktop extrusion printers
Combining solids with the Outer Shell tool
Bonus – more methods to create wall thickness
Summary
5. Using Existing Models
Leveraging SketchUp components to save time
Saving a model as a Component
Online 3D model repositories
Thingiverse
3D Warehouse
GrabCAD
Case study – modifying a GoPro wrench
Summary
6. Designing a Phone Cradle
Getting started with a 2D sketch
Getting to the third dimension
Adding details to make the model interesting
Using the 3D Text tool
Mirroring symmetrical models
Combining groups with the Outer Shell tool
Cutting a slot for the cord
Orienting faces for a perfect model
Exporting the model for printing
Testing the printed model
Developing an improved design
Copying and scaling groups to create a complex shape
Finishing up and printing the new model
Testing the second iteration
Summary
7. Importing Terrain and Printing in Color
Working with the Google Earth terrain
Printing models with color
Textures versus solid colors
Working with solid colors in SketchUp
Working with textures in SketchUp
Exporting the model for color printing
Summary
8. Modeling Architecture for 3D Printing
Using SketchUp for 3D printing versus rendering
Case study – 3D printing a model designed for rendering
Examining the original model
Planning the model
Using groups and layers to organize the model
Creating a standard wall thickness
Editing wall panels to add details
Adding the window grills
Adding interior walls
Modeling the roof
Orienting the parts for printing
Printing the model and bonus commentary
Preparing the model for full color printing
Orienting the parts for printing
Printing from i.materialise
Printing from Shapeways
The full-color printed cabin
Summary
A. Resources for Your 3D Printing Success
Troubleshooting nonsolid models
SketchUp extensions
Where to find extensions online
Extensions and plugins mentioned in the book
More useful extensions
SketchUp training
Companion programs for 3D printing
3D model repositories
3D print services
Industrial services with a shop platform
Crowdsourced print services
Contact me
Index

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