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Blender rendering to 3d printing

By Ali SIDDIQUI on 02 Jun 08:29 4 answers 272 views 0 comments

Hello
i have a created a few renders using blender. I dont know how to 3d print those items.
which format to use?
thanks

4 answers

  • Frank Meyer
    Frank Meyer 3 months ago

    The most common format for a printable monochrome 3D model is .stl (STereoLithography).
    To export a .stl, go to File / Export / .stl

  • FredSWUG
    FredSWUG 3 months ago

    You'll need to find out what your/the 3D printer will accept.
    STL is the most common format, but if you've rendered a model, you may wish for it to have color. In that case VRML, or AMF may work well.

  • Ali SIDDIQUI
    Ali SIDDIQUI 3 months ago

    Thanks to all
    how can I export vrml from Blender?
    need some guidance please.

    thanks and kind regards

    ALi

  • afranx afranx
    afranx afranx about 1 month ago

    in file\user preferences\addons
    active the addon import-export: vrml2
    and after file\export\vrml2

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