#3DBenchy is a 3D model specifically designed for testing and benchmarking 3D printers. It is a small recognizable object that you can download for free, make and share.
#3DBenchy is designed to offer a large array of challenging geometrical features for 3D printers, and touch on different issues related to additive manufacturing.
The 3D model is designed to print at 1:1 scale without support materials. It is challenging for most 3D printers but the small volume (15.55 cm3) typically prints in well under two hours and does not require much material.
The different surfaces of the #3DBenchy model reveal typical issues regarding surface finish, model accuracy, warping, etc.
Visit this link to see a complete list of each feature and correspondent descriptions.
Use #3DBenchy to test and calibrate your 3D printer by adjusting hardware and software settings for optimal results.
The shape and size of this 3D model is designed to challenge 3D printers. Compare your #3DBenchy results with the dimensions illustrated in this link. These are easy to measure with a caliper.
Print and check your 3D-printer’s result for dimensional accuracy, tolerances, warping and deviations related to changes in printing parameters and material types.
#3DBenchy is designed by Creative Tools as a calibration and torture-test part for 3D printers. Read an in-depth article about #3DBenchy.
You can download the STL-file and read more about 3D printing.