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Based on the Unisphere built for the 1964 World Fair. The Gridded Globe was created by Michael Curry for Bre Pettis' UPS ad in the October 2012 issue of WIRED
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The Earth from a parallel universe?
Antarctica is non-existing, the north pole is a big land mass, north and south America are two separate continents and Indonesia is completely gone.
It's not only pushing the outer limits for 3D printing put also pushing the outer limits of my mind, I would not use this to teach Geography ;). Still a very nice item to print though - Thanks!
It looks like there are some loose items that don't connect to anything.
A real challenge to print those without support ...
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The Globe is designed to be printed in PLA on a printer equipped with active cooling, such as the MakerBot Replicator 2. Printing at lower speeds will yield better results.
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