Question from a raw recruit (me!) - I will be using a 3D print service to produce my finished model and I like to get it right to save wasting money.
I’m part way through creating a 3D model of a bracket. I’ve used lines, rectangles and circles together with move and push/pull to create a shape. The solid tools tell me that it’s solid - which I believe just means that all the lines that should connect, do connect (as SketchUp is a surface modeller).
When it’s printed I want the model to be solid, not hollow inside (as I need to tap a thread into one of
the holes I’ve created), and I’ve seen a comment that states it would need to be printed at 100% infill.
My question is, do I need to do anything in SketchUp to produce that infill or is it a 3D printer instruction?