Sometimes, one may need to print a part that’s larger than the provided printer build volume. In those cases it is generally recommended to slice the part using a software like Magics and then utilize a chemical bonding process to adhere the parts together after printing. One of the benefit to this solution is that it provides the capability to print very large prototypes which then provides a more accurate overall representation of what the final product will look and feel like. After printing each piece, the process of bonding those pieces together is super simple:
1. Using a chemical bonding compound, coat the sides of the parts that you will be bonding together.
2. Immediately assemble the parts together after chemical bonding has been applied.
3. Finally, add a layer of the chemical bonding compound to the outside of the seem.