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This video was sponsored by Skillshare - 3D printing has improved in leaps and bounds over the past 5 years! Getting detail this intricate was something only big companies could afford but now the average modeler like you and me also have the ability to make flawless models with ease.
So far the modeling I’ve been doing on the Anet N4 is sized to be HO scale however if you’re modeling in N scale a printer like this is a must. Regular FDM printers just don’t cut the mustard when trying to get the fine details we want for our scale models.
The only limitation I see at the moment with these printers is print volume, the printable area is quite small so for example the house I built in this video needed to be separated into sections small enough to fit in the printable area and then once all the components are printed they are assembled. So if you want to model in the larger scales you may run into problems.
Additional content that will help you recreate and follow along with the build, some of the 3D printer files are still experimental and may require some tinkering in order to get them to print successfully. Also, nearly all of the 3D printer files are designed for resin 3D printers, trying to print them using a filament 3D printer may not be possible!
But in any case, I hope you enjoy the extra content.
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