Texas (trimmed coastline)

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Texas (trimmed coastline) by 7777773 Feb 17, 2012
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I just trimmed the Texas height map to sea level and exaggerated the elevations a bit so it will show up better in your prints.

This was done completely in the Netfabb desktop application. I adjusted the Z axis to remove the ocean water layer and then added a few mm to the Z layer without changing x and y, which stretches out the visible peaks a bit.

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