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Griffin

by scottjanousek, published

Griffin by scottjanousek Feb 12, 2013

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A simple Griffin logo extruded into 3-D for a faux castle (i.e. the "Castle DigBox") project I made at Artisan's Asylum in Somerville, MA - http://www.artisansasylum.com

What is the DigBox Castle? In a nutshell, the Castle DigBox is a newspaper dispenser that looks like a castle.

Castle DigBox Project:
http://www.scottjanousek.com/projects/ye-olde-castle-digbox

http://www.scottjanousek.com/projects/ye-olde-castle-digbox/#Griffin_3-D_Prints

For more information about Griffins, check out:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Griffin

Instructions

The embossed logo and cutout are provided so you can pick which one you want to use for your needs. Example: Use the stencil for (spray) painting.

I cleaned up the original model in netfabb, but it may print kind of wonky in the arm. I was printing at medium quality on a makerbot r2, so it did what I needed it to do. I wasn't going for highest quality because these prints went outdoors anyways. :)

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The wings are lost because it is 2-D.

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