The authors of Make It Stand want to take care of that for you, and they’ll take whatever monstrous contortions you toss at them and turn your rendering into something structurally sound.
The adjustments they make to your original design are minimal and, as far as we can tell in the video above, practically imperceivable. The concept really is so simple that it’s baffling to think that no one has thought of it before. And now that we’ve seen it, it’s hard to imagine how 3D printing could possible take off on an amateur, consumer level without it. [Real Time Rendering]