I haven’t tried to do this yet, but may want to check cura or whatever slicer program you’re using and see if you can copy the item and print multiples in one print session.
Lol, tell your daughter youll give her $10 to figure it out. Tinkercad.com. It's SUPER simple. LOTS of how to videos on tinkercad on YouTube. You could figure it out during a couple lunch breaks at work. Watch a few begginer videos and then give it a try. What's the worst that could happen? You waste 45 minutes? It's very fun/rewarding to cad up, and then print your own stuff!I just printed two of these Xacto knife holders. A third is printing right now. I cranked the nozzle temp to 220 and the print speed to 125%. Hoping to produce one per hour. I will need nine more. Then I have to make bench top frames to glue them to. I'll make them from wood. Sure wish I knew CAD. I could 3D print them.......
And yes, you can add multiple files to one print in cura. I do it all the time. I've printed 4 different things at once before.I haven’t tried to do this yet, but may want to check cura or whatever slicer program you’re using and see if you can copy the item and print multiples in one print session.
Sorry I haven't responded. If you don't quote me it doesn't show up in my feed. And somehow I missed it on the new posts page.OK. Here's a kinda/sorta related question. Is there anything on eBay worth buying for 3D printers? I see a lot of filament for $12.99. Probably garbage? Not sure. I'll need another roll soon. The Dikale I got from Amazon gets good reviews from me. Will likely buy the same next time unless I hear I can get something as good for less....
Have you done into tinkercad yet?