When determining what’s possible with a desktop 3D printer, think beyond the build volume. Just as assemblies, such as your smartphone or even a road bridge, consist of many individual building blocks, splitting a model into smaller parts that can be combined after printing is a great solution to creating objects larger than what fits on a build platform.
This guide provides a step-by-step walk through the process of creating large multi-piece stereolithography (SLA) 3D printed models using chemical fastening.
Download our guide to learn:
- How to split your 3D models to simplify alignment during the fastening process
- How to 3D print large parts faster and cheaper
- How to bond parts with multiple bonding methods
- How to post-process parts for a professional finish