Pokemon: Togepi

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Pokemon: Togepi by Thetribster Oct 27, 2012
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Small creature that was a challenge to scan.


Should increase the shells to 3 and fill to 10-15% depending on how much strength you want.

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does it need support for printing?

Super cute and amazing


im also very interested in the type of scanner used.

Changing the name to Pokemon: Togepi

Thanks scottswanguarim! 

Wow, I should have known that, I actually bought the stock back in the 90s (KIDE), they had exclusive distribution right sin the US - made a killing too. I found this upstairs in my kids room and thought this will be good to try and scan.
I am using Next Engine to perform the scan along with the software that comes packaged with it (ScanStudio). While I don't work for the company I wouldn't mind - this is a great product but unfortunately I'm just learning how to use both it and this kind of software (3D) so my scans will get better as I learn all the tools (MeshLab, OpenScad, etc). The scanner itself couldn't be easier to use, the software is easy as well but it isn't full blown, unfortunately there are a couple other packages they require you to buy in order to have a full 3D set of tools. I'm trying the open source way first, but I may end up buying the software from them.  

This "silly egg creature" is in fact a pokemon. Its name is Togepi.

Scan looks good! Mind if I ask what tech you used for scanning?