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Burj Khalifa - The tallest building in the world

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Burj Khalifa - The tallest building in the world by Hellando Aug 20, 2012
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The worlds tallest building: The Burj Khalifa(formerly Burj Dubai).
The real building is 829.84m tall
The model is 16,5cm tall
1:50000 scale

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I have not had a chance to print this yet; will update this page after I have successfully printed it.

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...With a microscopic Tom Cruise on the side?

printed two: one at 10x scale and one at 21x scale (Keithed!)

Man super cool. That
’s the first thing i made that someone actually have printed, it’s great to see that it actually worked :D

I did set the scale in 3DS max to 16cm, so i guess the scaling to STL isn’t 1:1, good to know.

Hopefully i will get a chance to print my own on my university's 3D printer next week, ca
nt wait.

most of the slicers assume a mm scale so it's a good idea to scale the object to mm scale when you export it. also, even though this printed, it does have lots of internal geometry that could be cleaned up by running it through NetFabb (http://www.netfabb.com/basic.php)http://www.netfabb.com/basic.p...

It looks like you saved it with units set to inches, that's why it was so small. Next time, set it to milimeters.

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