The “What” and “How” of GD&T for 3D Printing


Last week, we looked at two examples of 3D printed objects with very different tolerances and allowances – a small tree frog and a train console. Since we already covered why you should use GD&T when 3D printing, I thought we might dive a little deeper into the “what” and “how.” Let’s return to our previous examples for a moment.

Read more about 3D printed frogs and trains at GrabCAD >>

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