Hello, I found Shapr3D yesterday AM and used it most of the day on a project, and am staggered at how perfect it is for my needs. But there is one thing it needs to do (and might do) that I can’t figure out.
In my job I often design PCBs and mounting hardware for our products. Shapr3D looks to be excellent for sketching ideas on the fly and having them close to manufacturing release grade. However I often have to make by hand simple metal brackets, and it works well to print a 1X plot and use this as a drill template. Is there any way to print a flat face of a design (with or without dimensions) in Shapr3D directly to a printer?
It took me about 2 hours yesterday to design 3 parts in Shapr3D from the minute I downloaded the app (14 day trial version), but I have spent another 4 hours trying everything I can think of to output the flat to a printer. The DXF output to AutoCad 2020 LT does not work properly (not all items are displayed) after multiple tries, and I am not only frustrated but out of time.
If any of you could suggest a method where I can print a 2D flat side of a 3D design directly to a printer 1X from Shapr3D, I would be greatly appreciative. And it would seal the deal on my subscription to Shapr3D. Thanks to all.