Maximizing Strength for Printing Combat Robots with a 3D Printer
Servo Magazine (January 2019)

Maximizing Strength for Printing Combat Robots with a 3D Printer

By Ryan Clingman    View In Digital Edition  


Budget 3D printers can be used to print some remarkably durable parts which can withstand the trials of robot combat, but it takes some care in the selection of the materials, print settings, and overall design to make a printed chassis as durable as possible. Here’s some helpful tips.

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