Prints are now getting cheaper thanks to the advent of 3D printing.
And that means that people can print out their pets paw print without having to buy expensive print shops.
Here are the steps you need to take to print a dog’s print using a 3D Printer.
First, print out your dog print on the proper size printer and remove the backing paper.
Then, print it out with your 3D print driver.
Once you have printed your dog, attach the printed print to the bottom of the printer and attach the plastic backing to the front of the 3D Printer.
Next, you need your dog to stand in front of your 3rd print driver and hold the 3rd plastic part down.
Finally, you’ll need to use a glue gun to attach your print to your print driver, making sure to leave enough space between the print and the plastic part so that the print will stay put.
Print out your dogs paw print To print out a dog print, first print out an image of your dog.
Take your 3d print driver to the desired location and select the desired size print.
Make sure that you use a 3d Printer with a resolution of at least 300 dpi and a resolution setting of at most 1080 dpi.
Now, select the print area and hold down the print button on your 3Ds Printer until you see a large number that looks like the image below.
If you’re printing at 1080 dp, the number should be less than 3.
After you see the number, release the printbutton and let go of it.
Print a dog printed print on your printer drivers Now that you have your print out, attach your printed print using the 3Ds Print Driver and wait for the print to print.
If you don’t see a line at the end of the print, press the button and wait until the line is gone.
At this point, it’s time to glue your print and place it on your print drivers.
To glue your 3ds print, take the plastic back and place the plastic parts on the plastic frame of the extruder.
For this step, use the same glue that you used for your print, but this time apply it to the 3ds Printer’s top of the frame and the bottom.
Place the glue on the front end of your extruder, with the tip of your fingers.
Press down on the bottom until you can’t move any further.
Hold down the bottom section of your print until you hear the print moving.
It should take about 20 seconds.
As you can see from the image above, the glue doesn’t get all over the top of your printed object.
When you release the glue, your print will slide down into the print driver’s top part.
The glue will continue to move as long as you hold the print down.