by greengiant83, published
This represents an atom of gold. It has 79 electrons. Each of the 6 shells is independently articulating on a gimbal system.
I printed this on my Ultimaker at .1mm layer height and it came out great. The rings are lightly locked in place when first removed off the bed. Simply force each ring to rotate on is axis and after a revolution or two it should spin smoothly
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