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3D Nexus Quick Tip 049: Split A Print That Didnt Finish

By Earl Miller in General 257 views 20th October 2019 Video Duration: 00:01:33
Save that print! Instead of reprinting the whole model, you can split the model, print the remainder, and glue it up.

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