thank you very much for the answer, the truth that reading what you have written, now I can say that it really is an unknown field for me (3D prints).
I really do not have a printer, my intention was to create some models that can be printed and at the same time modular.
Hence the reference to “Lego”, I remembered that lego did a good job with that anchor!
I can teach you the model in question, or rather models, since they are a few pieces, these models wanted them for the store, I thought that if someone wanted to create a scale scene, well that they were not fixed parts, better interchangeable pieces !
For what I am realizing, is that this is part of the buyer and the printer and printing materials that I use, and not so much what I do in the model, I have to keep in mind, the measurements of the anchors.
For example 0.2mm that, that should be in the print program, because I do not think I can get so close to my 3D model, before the object disappears!
Here I put some ideas of anchors …
- The first, “square”, that gives me that is not the most appropriate.
- The second, “cylindrical” I like because you could rotate the top piece, or the base.
- The third, (cylindrical pressure) because this is quite complicated, since it would be inside the other object, and could not be pressed with the fingers to unhook it.
Then I have to think about my 3D program, when measuring, it uses percentages …
If the anchor and the anchorage are 100% of their size,
Would you have to reduce the surface of the anchor to … 99 or 98%?
It was a little complicated thinking about percentages!
If by chance you have a 3D printer, and you want to make a trial and error I can make you the model, and you can confirm if the anchor works.
Although I have not yet decided which anchor I should use.
Thanks for the reply Michal.