The Sydney Harbour Bridge

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The Sydney Harbour Bridge by bepppppo Jan 20, 2013
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I really like the Harbour Bridge design so i got the model from google, fixed it and cut it into 8 sections to be printable on my prusa i3. The model is 88 cm long, 20 cm High and 12 cm deep. Hope you enjoy it

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I have print it with 10 % infill and with support

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Hello! I'm a french student in architecture and i want to know what kind of software did you use to make that? it's really nice!

Hello, i have used google sketchup 8 to make the bridge model

You mention that you printed this with support.. do you have a pic of it with support?

no, i don't have photos of it with support sorry. Anyway it takes long to print and long to take off all the support material

I'm Italian but Australia is into my hart, now i have i piece of it with this print :)

Had to like this because Im Australian :P Will give it a go on a PrintrBot+ sometime soon