Bre Pettis

Alexander The Great

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Bre Pettis
Alexander The Great by bre Dec 31, 2012


This is one of my favorites at the Brooklyn Museum. It's a small piece, about 4" tall. I used 123D Catch to acquire the scan and Netfabb to fix the holes and make the bottom flat.

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Great model :)

Didn't he say it was only 4" tall?

I'd go with netfabb which can split things.

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I made one that has a flat bottom for 3D printing or you can use the full scan and support material


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Discorp on Jan 5, 2013 said:

Great model :)

CosmoWenman on Dec 31, 2012 said:


bre on Dec 31, 2012 said:

I see those gears in your head turning.

MakerBlock on Dec 31, 2012 said:

It would be awesome to print this the same size as the original...

TheNewHobbyist on Dec 31, 2012 said:

Are there any guides online on how to accomplish this? I've got a few models I'd love to "Super Sizeâ„¢" on my Thing-O-Matic but I don't have much experience chopping up STL files into multiple parts.

danielpublic on Dec 31, 2012 said:

Well, a reprap wallace is easy to scale with openscad, build, cheap to boot, hack and replicate in contrast to whatever proprietary, sterile, overpriced makerbot.