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Yoda

by falken76, published

Yoda by falken76 Feb 13, 2013

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This is Yoda. This isn't the crazy CGI yoda that flys all over the place with his crazy ninja skills (I have one of those we are working on right now), this is the yoda from Empire Strikes Back that looks like he couldn't walk up a flight of stairs on his own.

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Thank you, this is good to know. I know I can export to STL in 3dsmax, I'll give that a try.
Generally for 3d prints you want to export to an STL file. It looks like the OBJ is manifold which is great. Should be very printable. Also, most (or all) DIY printers use mm, so you mesh should be exported to that size. Yoda shows up 3 mm tall. And Z is up. Scale and orientation can be handled in most printer software. Not sure if all the printer software loads OBJ files though.

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Yoda by falken76 is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.

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I do not know how to print anything in 3D yet. My printer is ordered but it will be an eon before it arrives. So some info about the model... In terms of polygon count, the file is large. If this doesn't effect the time of print, excellent, the model has good detail. I have included an OBJ file and the 3dsmax scene file. The 3dsmax file has the textures on the model as is seen in one of the included screenshots. You can edit this file as much as you'd like. Please share the image if you decide to print this, I'd love to see how it comes out.

Comming soon: Mortal Kombat & Street Fighter 2 arcade cabinets complete with textures in the 3dsmax files.
Thank you, this is good to know. I know I can export to STL in 3dsmax, I'll give that a try.
Generally for 3d prints you want to export to an STL file. It looks like the OBJ is manifold which is great. Should be very printable. Also, most (or all) DIY printers use mm, so you mesh should be exported to that size. Yoda shows up 3 mm tall. And Z is up. Scale and orientation can be handled in most printer software. Not sure if all the printer software loads OBJ files though.
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