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How do I lower center of eye area

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innerlotuscreations
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How do I lower center of eye area

Hi all, 

I'm really new at this and I've tried to research what I need but due to not knowing the software I'm so lost with the directions given for others since it's not specific to the model I'm working with. I have an eyeball model and I'm trying to lower the center of it so that when I print a 3D model & put resin in it for the cornea there's more of a wall so the resin doesn't pour over onto the eyeball surface. There looks like a wall there but when I print the model the wall is too low. Hope I'm making sense. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Also, I can't figure out how to get the whole model on the view of the plate. Thank you in advance. 

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I think this is what you mean, just select the surface you want deeper, than transform it down.

Eye2.gif

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Thank you so much! This is exactly what I'm trying to do. If possible do you mind writing the text instructions down, the texts that are in the boxes that pop up in the .gif? It moves along too fast for me to follow and I tried to convert it to mp4 so I can pause the video but the quality of the video doesn't allow me to see the text instructions clearly. Thank you so much for your help. 

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Sure

  1. Select (the surface you want deeper.)
  2. Deform>Transform (select the green 'W')
  3. Pull it down

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