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classical column (Corinthian)

by sahrchitect, published

classical column (Corinthian) by sahrchitect Mar 6, 2013

Description

This is a Corinthian column I've modified for stl in Rhino from a Google 3D Warehouse (SketchUp) file I downloaded. I've split it into 3 parts so the complicated capital (top part) can be printed upside down.
The full height of the column when assembled is 174mm.
The scale is about 1:50 but as columns aren't a set size the scale is pretty arbitrary. The scale model person in the photos is 1:50.

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Can you explain what you mean, @yzorg? All three parts are manifold meshes, checked in Netfabb and coming up 100% clean. Furthermore, it's obvious from my photos that I've successfully printed these files. I'm confused as to why you would choose to make such a comment.

cant realy use the meshes they are not solid.

Love this, can't wait to see more columns!

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capital.stl is a big file, sorry bout that.

The pieces were a bit too tight when I printed them. It might pay to print the column 101% scale OR the other two pieces at 99% for an easier fit.

cant realy use the meshes they are not solid.

Apr 24, 2015 - Modified Apr 24, 2015
sahrchitect - in reply to yzorg

Can you explain what you mean, @yzorg? All three parts are manifold meshes, checked in Netfabb and coming up 100% clean. Furthermore, it's obvious from my photos that I've successfully printed these files. I'm confused as to why you would choose to make such a comment.

Love this, can't wait to see more columns!

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