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Digitized Swedish hand-carved wooden moose sculpture

by CreativeTools, published

Digitized Swedish hand-carved wooden moose sculpture by CreativeTools Nov 25, 2013

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This hand-crafted wooden sculpture was bought at a flea market in Gothenburg, Sweden. We thought that it would be a perfect test for the MakerBot Digitizer now that it has MultiScan feature.

The image above shows a typical scan result made with MakerWare for Digitizer 2.3 (a single pass) and one that shows the result of a MultiScan session made with four passes.

One of the STL files represents the raw MultiScan result and the other is the result with some simple tweaks in Autodesk MeshMixer.

Enjoy!

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This is beautiful, will reprint this in makerred sometime.

We just added new files to this thing for making a sliced 300 mm tall version of the moose.

Check out a video tutorial on how to slice the STL file and 3D print this moose in a larger scale.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

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hanno22 on Mar 2, 2014 said:

This is beautiful, will reprint this in makerred sometime.

CreativeTools on Jan 30, 2014 said:

We just added new files to this thing for making a sliced 300 mm tall version of the moose.

CreativeTools on Jan 30, 2014 said:

Check out a video tutorial on how to slice the STL file and 3D print this moose in a larger scale.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

jkrassman on Nov 27, 2013 said:

Featured - hell yeahhh!

baron on Nov 27, 2013 said:

Congratz!! Saw it live the other day at CT, it's a cool print!

MrPreTechEd on Nov 26, 2013 said:

What is the spray and where can it be purchased/ordered? I'm getting a Digitizer soon and have heard of a few different sprays.

CreativeTools on Nov 26, 2013 said:

The spray is called Cyclododecan from the German company Kremer Pigmente. It is really cool because after you spray the surface, the white powder disappears by sublimation, meaning that it "evaporates" by itself and you don't need to wipe or wash it off. Just leave the object alone and it will vanish in a day or so. It is perfect for scanning sensitive objects, for instance unique museum artefacts, etc.

We offer it to our customers at http://bit.ly/17RNIP2. Depending on where you are maybe you can find a local supplier.

Davidcolsson on Nov 26, 2013 said:

Classy!

jkrassman on Nov 25, 2013 said:

Awesome!

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