Ahava (Love) Robert Indiana Statue
by Rubinstu, published
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Model statue inspired by Robert Indiana's "Ahava" statue in Israel. That itself is a Hebrew version of his famous "Love" statue.
This will be a gift to my wife for Chanukah, so don't talk to her about it until next week!
To make the model, I took a graphic of the letters, then converted them to an SVG, which was then imported in Blender. From there, I extruded the SVG paths into solids and created the base. The Blender file is included so you can change it up.
The STLs are in three parts - the main letters, the "leg" of the lower letter hey, and the base.
On my BFB-3000, all parts were printed at 400%. Scale accordingly. Printed great in black ABS. No support needed.
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Indiana for pictures and background.
Print the three parts (main letters, "leg", and base) at 400% (which will make the whole thing about 2 1/2" tall on the base).
The "stub" of the letter hey as needed to get it to squeeze into the slot of the base. File the "leg" likewise. (The parts are intentionally a tight fit. You may want to make the holes a little bigger on the base for an easier fit.)
"Glue" the parts into place with a little acetone or your adhesive of choice.
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