Simple and stylish, this is dragon bookmark by roland is definitely up as my next print in the queue. One of the cool things about intricate flat prints such as this dragon is that they should, for the most part, take about the same amount of time to print as a flat rectangular plank of the same volume of plastic. Sure, some settings – especially those that include extra layers at the edge or ones that slow down the print speed for the outlines – might decrease the overall print time. However, with such a thin piece the time differential is basically negligible.
For most product having a more intricate design means more creation time, more machine time, more production resources. This is one of the reasons that 3D design and printing are so very exciting. With 3D printing, you basically get all the intricate designs and features you want without any additional cost! Your imagination1 is your only real limitation.
- Or the imagination of your designers! [↩]
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