Creator of this project
NASA Fabric Hexagons

A technique called additive manufacturing, otherwise known as 3-D printing on an industrial scale, is necessary to make such fabrics. Unlike traditional manufacturing techniques, in which parts are welded together, additive manufacturing deposits material in layers to build up the desired object. This reduces the cost and increases the ability to create unique materials.

Source: Thingiverse NASA Fabric Hexagons by Keeeal is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.


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Print Settings

Printer Brand: Wanhao Printer: i3 Mini Rafts: No Supports: No Resolution: 0.15 mm Infill: 0%

How I Designed This

Slider images
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List of blueprints
Name Date Size File
1. NASA_Fabric_Hexagon.stl 2018-05-02 1.73 MiB
2. NASA_Fabric_Hexagon_Sheet_Large.stl 2018-05-02 32.87 MiB
3. NASA_Fabric_Hexagon_Sheet_Small.stl 2018-05-02 12.11 MiB
3D Model

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