Blender can definitely do 3D printed models, but you will have to make sure
it's a solid piece (aka you have to specify thickness etc and ensure that
there are no open edges.
If there's an interest I could always do a follow up course on Rhinoceros
3D and AutoCAD as well. AutoCAD would probably be one of the best tools for
solid 3D printed stuff (this is industry level) and Rhinoceros allows huge
flexibility in creating models that have lots of curves (typically used in
car modeling etc).
On Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 4:31 PM, Benjamin Scherrey <proteus...@gmail.com>wrote: