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Diablo figure scan

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Diablo figure scan by techknight Mar 1, 2012
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This is a Kinect scan of the Diablo figure that was released in 2000 after the launch of Diablo II.

Mainly intended as a test of scanning small-ish objects. The original can be seen here: http://blog.ponoko.com/2012/03/01/more-3d-scanning-fun-with-reconstructme/

Made using ReconstructMe from http://reconstructme.net

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  • Enable support material
  • Scale and print

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this is a great model guys

Sorry I took so long to upload photos. They are up now, I prefer the orange color for this one over the blue in the photos. Though a dual extruded black with orange horns might look really good :) ....

Great model, I've made one at 50% scale and it turned out great! It even balances on its own feet which shows the quality of the file. Though it is probably worth your while to add a little pad for it to stand on if you'll be using this as a board game piece.

Oh excellent - would you mind uploading a photo? I'd love to see it printed.

Great that such a small model worked out for you!

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