The pagoda originated in India. In the Han Dynasty, with the introduction of Buddhism from India to China, the pagoda was also imported into China. Around the first century AD, India's steamed waves were introduced into China with Buddhism, and the pyramids came into being at the historic moment. However, China does not have the social soil to breed Indian Buddhism. Buddhism had to rely on traditional ritual ancestral rites and sacrifices. The pagoda was also combined with classical pavilions and pavilions. Nine-fold copper strings were suspended from the top and a nine-tier pagoda brake was added to the top of the multi-storey pavilion. If you are an architectural enthusiast, Magic Cat 3D Printer Pen will help you create 3D miniature buildings!
Because there are many different pagodas, so we will give you a basic pagoda template, you can adjust the pagoda size, height, shape, color match to make your favorite pagoda.
Magic Cat 3D Printing Pen
1.75 mm PCL consumables
Take photos of the pagoda you have seen or your favorite pagoda for reference.
- First download the model template you want to make. If necessary, you can use the printer to set the scaling template.
- Start heating your 3D printer pen and start it when it reaches the appropriate temperature.
- Fill the shape and quantity of pagoda template along the outer edge.
- When the required pagoda plates are painted, wait until the surface of the template is dry before taking them off so as not to affect the overall beauty.
- Attention should be paid to the amount of consumables when the fence and the window are bonded together so as to increase the sense of hierarchy.
- Connect the top and bottom plates.
- Finally, connect the top of the tower that has been drawn to the top.