Vase Figurine Scan test

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Vase Figurine Scan test by aubenc Jan 22, 2013

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Test scan using the PC version of Autodesk's 123D Catch.

I used MeshLab to take a look to the output, Meshmixer to close the holes and OpenSCAD to make it flat.


Slice and Print :)

I printed both at 0.15mm layer height, 60mm/s, ReplicatorG 0039 - Sailfish, no support or special settings.

The red one (non-scaled) printed without any flaws. The are some little strings falling down in the severe overhangs in the white one, scaled up 2x, but I'm very pleased with the result anyway.

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Hi Aubenc, this Vase Figurine makes me think of a "shitter", a very popular Christmas figure where I live.

Exactly! And we also sing a scatological song! (I can't translate it...) Don't ask me why we make that kind of things.

My nieces used to sing this version...

Caga Tio, Tio de Nadal,

No caguis arengades que son salades

Caga turro que es mes bo.

(sorry for the orthography, don't have all the special chars in my locales)

Me too. And also this other version:

Caga neules, caga vi bo, si no cagues un bon munt, garrotades al damunt. Patim, patam, patum.

...and all this makes me wonder if you will not be Polish?