Same! Instead of exhaustively measuring things, was just thinking of separately copying curved parts onto engineering paper, scaling it to the correct size, and compositing multiple images like that in Photoshop to get front views and profiles. (I don't have a scanner, so I sure hope that my iPhone camera and perspective correction will work...)I kinda want that contour measure tool, though.
I never knew you couldn't download the models from P3D because I don't have a pro account! :-O
that's amazing!! I still haven't figured out a solution to keep the lid on if you stand it vertically, mine are spray painted since I had blue/black/red filament, but I also have this little stand (with feets!) that can help too. I thought about hot gluing magnets inside but haven't gotten around to it yet. I'm really excited to see someone else working on it!!Thanks again! I’ve already printed the lid, and the main case is about 5% in. This is really well designed and it’s coming out very well! (We have noticed that the printer is slightly wonky, though, but we’ll fix that afterwards because it’s not entirely noticeable and the lid won’t fit if we change it now!
they should hold it together! It’s not the most snug fit but it worked when I printed them! That looks awesome! I am glad to see the mounting holes worked! I didn’t have a chance to reprint after adding them (i drilled mine)Still got to print the little bits, plus I now see what you mean about the lid. I would imagine the feet’s will hold it all together, though?