Clock Tower_Izmir

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Clock Tower_Izmir by oraltosun Jan 26, 2013

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This is the historical clock tower of Izmir. It was built in 1901. The tower also known for the symbol of the city. Height of the tower is 25 m.


I download original digital drawing from SketchUp 3D ware house. Here is the link below:
I modified the drawing for 3D printing.
Please use "fix" option of your printing software before print.
The height of the tower is approx. 100 mm.
happy printings,

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Bir izmirli olarak tebrik ederim çok güzel bir çal??ma olmu? acaba bunun 3 boyut ç?kt?s?n?n foto?raf? var m?d?r? merak ettim aç?kcas? bende prusa var kendim toplam??t?m ancak pek güvenemiyorum. iyi çal??malar

Detaylar?n daha az oldu?u ve 3D yazd?r?labilir bir dosyay? da ekledim. San?r?m bu dosyay? problemsiz yazd?rabilirsiniz.

Çok tesekkür ederim. yazd?racag?m

This is a beautiful model, but it would be great if there were some modifications made to make it easy to print. There are LOTS of very sharp overhangs that won't print without lots of support (Cura isn't even able to generate the support).

You're right. I'm going to revised the model asap. Thank you for your interests to my model.

I have been unable to print this on my Replicator 1 using Makerware or ReplicatorG software. The Makerware software hangs 33% of the way through processing the file. The ReplicatorG software does not show the 3D image in its graphic build area and when I process it, there are some errors. ReplicatorG printing caused it to make odd noises (I have accelleration on) and it printed a line of plastic on the edge of the build area before I stopped it.
It's a great looking model. What's happening?

Hi Cliff ,

Sorry for the inconvenience. As i mentioned before i haven't printed it out. But when i put stl file to my UP! software it was visible seeing some faulty areas. After using "fix" option of the software all faulty places have gone. I added both the .skp and .UP3(fixed) format of the file.

I am going to try print it on my UP! printer asap.