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Sphinx of Hatshepsut

by OZAR, published

Sphinx of Hatshepsut by OZAR Jun 6, 2012

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Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: Joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III Date: ca. 1473–1458 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Senenmut Quarry, MMA 1926-1928 Medium:Granite, paint Dimensions:h. 164 cm (64 9/16 in); l. 343 cm (135 1/16 in); 6758.6 kg (14 900 lbs) Credit Line:Rogers Fund, 1931 Accession Number: 31.3.166

Captured by Keith Ozar using Autodesk 123D Catch at the Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York For more information about this work visit: http://metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/100000727

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Nice design ! Hope to post some results soon.
Ozar I'm new in this type of 3d model things. but I have my final test in my Culinary College in my country Ecuador. so I want to download your work and with this try to make a chocolate sculpture. Help me please, then I will send a picture of my final work. the problem is I can´t download it
Does this/ do the one is this set require support material?

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Nice design ! Hope to post some results soon.
Ozar I'm new in this type of 3d model things. but I have my final test in my Culinary College in my country Ecuador. so I want to download your work and with this try to make a chocolate sculpture. Help me please, then I will send a picture of my final work. the problem is I can´t download it
Does this/ do the one is this set require support material?
Great! - Is the Filament that colour? (if so, where did you get it from?) or have you painted it?
OZAR - in reply to RichRap
Yes this is the filiment colour. It's Tan ABS (AKA Milk Two Sugars) from the MakerBot store. You can buy it here:

store.makerbot.com/milk-two-sugars-abs-1kg-spool-1-75mm-filament.html
You should add a "Brim" to that print to stop the warping. Using a brim will defeat all warping, curling and lifting problems: forums.reprap.org/read.php?1,136147
Cool idea! I'm going to try this. Thanks!!
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