PCB_case_v0.1.skp (1.3 MB)
I’m completely new to SketchUp (with no experience with any other type of CAD either), so I’ve got no base to work from.
I’ve drawn up a PCB case that I want to 3D print, which looks great in SketchUp, but when I export it to STL & send it to print, it’s almost like it’s printing as a negative.
Sorry if this kind of question has been asked a million times, I find it completely frustrating searching forums, I very rarely find answers to my problems (yes, I know I just led with my chin, so please have a swing).
I’ve included the SketchUp file that I created.
I’d be stoked if someone could take a look at it & let me know where they think I’ve gone wrong & point me in the right direction as to where to find the info / tutorials / examples of how to properly draw such kinds of parts.
This is supposed to be an box with a sliding lid (lid is separate drawing), 2 x pin supports for the PCB with 2 x shoulder rests for the ends of the PCB & a few cut-outs for wiring entry / exits.
Many thanks in advance,