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Gary

by airuno2l, published

Gary by airuno2l Oct 26, 2012
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Gary by airuno2l is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.

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This is Gary. I scanned him with a hand held structured light scanner, and meshed it in meshlab. We also printed him and he actually stands on his own. This is a high quality model with some nice detail, plus the way he is standing with his hands in his pockets makes it great for printing. Dare I say the best full body model on thingiverse?

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If you use this, I would like it if you would post pictures to show me how you're using it. I'll get a kick out of it. Enjoy

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WHOA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Really good stuff. Printed "on its feet" very nicely without any support.

I used Repetier to rotate and scale the STL file to aprox. 8 cm and then sliced it in Slic3r using some brim to secure work in hotbed. It took almost one hour and one meter of 3mm filament. I wish I knew how to scan myself so to make an "Alex" instead :)

Gary - what scanner did you use?

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