Use Tinkercad to create patterns/stencils for Airbrushing

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  • biggsgolf
    Captain
    • Jan 2020
    • 746

    Use Tinkercad to create patterns/stencils for Airbrushing

    I love creating and printing patterns to be placed on to Low Tack Painters tape, outlined then applied to subject for painting
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  • rwtdiver
    Vice Admiral
    • Feb 2019
    • 1821

    #2
    Bruce,
    That is another great idea with the use of TinkerCad! I am becoming more impressed with what one can do with it.

    Rob
    :Firemen can stand the heat."

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    • biggsgolf
      Captain
      • Jan 2020
      • 746

      #3
      How to create curves in Tinkercad

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      • biggsgolf
        Captain
        • Jan 2020
        • 746

        #4
        PrusaSlicer:



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        • QuarterMaster
          Rear Admiral
          • Sep 2015
          • 1204

          #5
          Tinkercad has a lot more power than people give it credit for.

          Learning it (easiest of the 3D Modeling tools IMNSHO) was instrumental to my 1:48 Scale MK48 gas torpedoes and MK113 Fire Control launch system.

          Designed a lot of hardware with it, and even though I'm doing more Constraint based modeling with Fusion 360, Tinker's my first true love and I still use it depending on what I need.


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          • Nathan
            Lieutenant, Junior Grade
            • Jan 2023
            • 30

            #6
            I always use fusion, but I should try tinker for those simple geometries I so often use... Thanks!

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            • biggsgolf
              Captain
              • Jan 2020
              • 746

              #7
              I am building a 50MM Cylinder for which I used Tinkercad to design and produce end caps
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