miniature version of a real existing house

by BonsaiBrain, published

miniature version of a real existing house by BonsaiBrain Dec 26, 2010

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This thing was a christmas present for my parents: My childhood home in 3D!

It was hard work to come from the sketch to the printed miniature version of the house.

The final result consists of 11 parts. It was designed with openSCAD.
One can easy look at each floor separately.

All parts are resized to ~1/65 scale to make them printable on my reprap mendel.
The parts wese printed of PLA with a slice thickness of 0.2 mm.
The complete prining time was about 65 h.
To make sure the roof will not brake away from the printbed, I glued it with a hot-melt gun - easy to remove from PLA and from the printbed, but sticky enough for that purpose.

Hope you have fun with it - my parents had!

For more information look here: www.ifeelbeta.de


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HI, that looks, great, can you please advise on the settings, material and printer used?

I would be interested in hearing more about your parents reaction to your gift.

Serriously Awesome Dude!

Wow! Beautiful. This indeed looks like it was a LOT of work! :)