Just explain there will be no space between letters. Explain printers (at
most) will make an entire toothpaste letters together.
On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 2:55 PM, Michael Amasio <michael.ama...@gmail.com>
> I think I'm missing the point of why this would be 3d printed if it's
> going to be super thin, (?o?)but I've printed things that are incredibly
> fragile but structurally feasible at like 50 microns. In two axis. Like a
> wire made out of plastic that you could lay 20 copies of adjacent in 1mm.
> That's like the most extreme I've experimented printing.
> On Oct 13, 2016 12:45 PM, "Sebastien Sterling" <
> sebastien.sterl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey guys, I have some people on to me for a job, they need some 3d
>> printing. They want to make a transparent book with 3d printed letters
>> stuck on sheets of transparent plastic, the whole thing being half an A4
>> sheet, I told them, to the best of my knoledge this is impossible, no
>> commercially available printer can print something as intricate as half A4
>> Still anyone else have any idea how this might be done ?
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