If you can cut/paste , download, ..your sure putting your 3D printer to good use there, I am so tempted to have a go. But i am only so so with computery things.
it looks like there have been a few issues with thingivers with people been locked out is it a glitch or have you had any problems recently Mike.If you can cut/paste , download, ..
Look at thingyverse.. its free..
You down load the *stl* file(which is ziped- means its compressed, you simply un-zip it)open the free slicing software, and open the stl file in it. .
Then save it onto a micr sd card which fits in the printer
Yes there are good eggs in the forum that are doing this for those of us that do not wish to make the technical leap into 3D printing thankfully. I suspect in the future that new younger ones will be taking the tech to great places and the abilities of the machines will only get better. Would that 3D printers had been in place around 2000, I would probably have been drawn in.Well, another gentleman on this forum has accessed something to print for me - I just gave him the link to the item and he downloaded the files and printed it this last weekend. (Currently entrusted to the care of the Post Office.)
Hi, sorry , only just seen your replie, no.. I tend to go on during the morning,,as its quite on there.. been printing some new crossing gatesit looks like there have been a few issues with thingivers with people been locked out is it a glitch or have you had any problems recently Mike.
It was a damaged saxon meyers.No do elucidate please or better still a link please.