UltiDrawer for Ultimaker Original

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drayson
drayson
over 9 years
Thank you for feedback - I´m not into laser requirements<br>EDIT: files cleaned and reuploaded
JonnyBischof
JonnyBischof
over 9 years
Looks interesting! Next time I'm in the FabLab, I'll throw one on the lasercutter ;) Can you include the picture into the documents part? Youmagine crops pictures in a very stupid way....<br><br>I took a quick look at the 6 mm DXF files. It seems you've used two layers for the drawing - that might (or not?) be a problem when someone wants to put it to the lasercutter.<br>Also, the lines are not connected to polylines. That might be a problem when lasercutting because it can happen that the lasercutter might jump randomly between line segments, instead of completing the parts in a complete "outline".<br><br>It's an easy fix using a DXF based CAD software (such as QCAD). You can create polylines (once everything is on the same layer) with one click per "outline".<br><br>There's also a part in a different color (on the drawer front). Is that supposed to become an engraved line? Afaik, you need to "teach" the lasercutter to recognise colored lines by telling it the exact color used in the drawing. Maybe there are standard colors for this, or you could just note the hex color code (like "255 255 255" for white) for your used colors somewhere.<br>(That's the part where my understanding of making files ready for lasercutting ends...)

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