Bad English Warning : This post can include some bad uses of English because of the author's English ability which is a little bit improved but still not able to be said it's good.
I'm designing a puzzle and there's a worry about what if the result isn't that quite same with the design.
Some months ago when this
(which was a KO against my will
) was arrived I was surprised because the result was a little thicker that the design.
I see that was because of the way of printing process, and my new thing has quite many minimal mechanisms to work, so I decided when my new work is printed I'd rather use the polished material. But.... That gave me another worry of designing the model adjusted to the actual polished result.
Umm... so the questions are summarized into:
1. Then how much does the polishing system carves the model usually? Into the exact same size with the original design? or still a little bit thicker, or even thinner?
2. IF (just if) I don't want to use the polishing but want to make it work as well as the original design, How much should i offset the faces that seems to be going to jam each other?
Ah.. including tiny parts on the puzzle makes me a little annoyed.