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With the explosion of 3D printing in the past few years, at-home 3D printers are becoming more and more affordable. This means that more and more people are relying less on ordering 3D prints and instead joining the 3D printing movement as makers armed with their own FDM printers.
This means that a whole new population of people is looking for high-quality designs to print at home, but not all prints are FDM printable. So, how do you design an FDM compatible 3D print?