Fire Glazed Ceramics is one of the most popular 3d print materials available on Kraftwurx.com. In order to ensure you experience the most from ceramic 3d printing we have set up a series of guidelines to follow when designing your 3d models. Kraftwurx staff members examine each model before production to further check the model will produce a quality ceramic part. We will notify you if any issues are discovered with your order that may result in a less than quality part. Please see the following guidelines to designing for Ceramic 3d printing.
3D Printed Fire Glazed Ceramic Design Guidelines:
Bounding Box Sum
(length + width + height)
Minimum: 12 cm (120 mm)
Maximum: 40 cm (400 mm)
Bounding Box Dimensions
Minimum: n/a object must meet B.B. Sum rule and Density rule
Maximum: 320 mm x 240 mm x 180 mm
(how much of the bounding box is filled by the object)
Minimum: 3 mm
Maximum: 15 mm
12 cm ≤ Bounding Box Sum ≤ 20 cm: 3 mm
20 cm < Bounding Box Sum ≤ 30 cm: 4 mm
30 cm < Bounding Box Sum ≤ 40 cm: 6 mm
Hollow models require a 1 cm (10 mm) depowdering hole.
Decorative feature holes must be greater than 3 mm.
Embossed (raised): 2 mm in width and height, minimum
Engraved (inset): 3 mm in width and depth, minimum
Embossed text: 36 point or greater; 2 mm height, minimum
Engraved text: 60 point or greater; 3 mm depth, minimum
If you have questions regarding 3d printed ceramics ,message Marco@Kraftwurx.com