Christ the Redeemer - Sliced to Print

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Christ the Redeemer - Sliced to Print by MacGyver Aug 19, 2012
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It's not a miracle! And I may not be a believer anymore but you have to admit this is one impressive statue.


Print - glue - and enjoy your salvation.

I posted this because someone posted on the orginal, "Good luck... not even Christ himself could print that without support structures... maybe you could stack some gay, pro-choice atheists under his arms as support..."

I'm not sure how I feel about myself right now... but I do know I'm able to print this statue out without support of any kind. I can't guarantee that printing this will get you into heaven but I'm sure it won't hurt ether.

UPDATE: There are now two versions, the files labled "Larger" are sliced in a way to print Kenny Loggins much larger.

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Well, now I don't care if it rains or freezes....

the large model seam almost goes away!

nicely done!

After printing the small one I realized that in order make it larger and make the seam less noticeable I could just move the cut down further. I printed both of them for a friend and she was very excited to get them last night.

Now all I have to do is build a printer with 40 meters of Z and I'm in business!

Glad my comment made a difference... :-) Still not gonna print it though, but you're right - it's an impressive piece of art.

I truly loved your original comment. It was really my inspiration for making this thing. Besides who doesn't love making money by printing something that people want?