by akaziuna, published
A cleaned and repaired scan of the Gothic fountain located outside the Providence Athenaeum at 251 Benefit Street in Providence Rhode Island. The scan was taken using 123D Catch: http://www.123dapp.com/catch
The fountain was built in 1873 from funds donated by Mrs. Anna Richmond. Fed directly from the Pawtuxet River, the words "Come here everyone that thirsteth" are carved into the granite. Legend has it that visitors who drink the water are sure to return.
This library was founded in 1831, built in 1837, and opened on July 11, 1838. The writers Edgar Allen Poe, Sarah Helen Whitman and H.P. Lovecraft were all frequent visitors to the Athenaeum.
"...our old Athenaeum, where Poe spent many an hour, and wrote his name at the bottom of one of his unsigned poems in a magazine..." -- Letter by H.P. Lovecraft to James F. Morton, 3 May 1923
"Providence, which spurnâ
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The pictures show the scan printed in yellow Ultimachine PLA. Print temp (extruder): 210 HBP: 50 Layer height: .25mm
If you are using PLA on a Replicator, print without acceleration. Although it makes for a long print, I found that the layers on the top of the fountain roof came out better (were more uniform) if I printed at the Replicator default speeds.