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Bodybuilder

by Achim, published

Bodybuilder by Achim Nov 18, 2012
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The 3D object was built around 1994 with the program Cinema 4D and with an Amiga computer.
The 3D object is a 3D printer produced UP.

You can bodybuilders in 3Teile Print, and then stick together.

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This looks great, but looks like a support material nightmare for printing. I think I'd print it laying on its side, with the barbel done separately and thermally bonded after printing. Is that how you did this?

Das hast Du mit Support Material gedruckt?

Awesome model! Looks like a complex print. What did you use to generate the support structures ?

I had an amiga and atari st computers.
first started doing 3d modeling with cyber studio
on the ST
thanks for a blast from the past!

Man, cool history with this model. Amiga brings back memories. Really awesome stuff.

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