Celtic Skull - Fixed and Flat on Platform

by MacGyver, published

Celtic Skull - Fixed and Flat on Platform by MacGyver Apr 7, 2013

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This one has been rotated and fixed in NetFabb basic.


I printed it without support then I painted mine with gold paint.

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This file seems to have non-manifold edges on the bottom. Can't use it in OpenSCAD. The original works ok.

So, how should we be noting attribution for this? The original skull was created by ?, model scanned by arctec3d, and printable model created by MacGyver. Just trying to be a good community member...

You'd have to ask artec3d that question. Mine is just his with flat bottom.

Maybe I'm not understanding your question? I gave attribution to the person I got it from.

I guess my question is, when you make a derivative, who do you list attribution for? Everyone in the chain or just the last person?

From the http://creativecommons.orgcreativecommons.org website, it looks like I am supposed to give attribution to your model since that is the one I used. That makes sense since your model then gives attribution to arctec3d, so everything works out right.

By the way, good job fixing the model! Glad you posted it.

I usually just use the last person unless I combine two or more then I attribute them separately.

If I remember right I just imported this model into Netfabb basic and rotated and sliced the bottom flat.

I offered artec3d a direct download to upload to his thing, however, he never used it and people were just downloading it from my google drive so when I deleted it from my drive people started complaining so then I decided to make this derivative instead.

One of favorite things, but I hate printing it with support. Thank you for "fixing"!!

No problem!

Come to think of it, I think I had to slice mine flat too.

I made the mistake of putting a link in the comments that went to my personal Google drive with a fixed version. Once I removed that file people started complaining it was gone. I realized the guy who originally made the thing wasn't going to put my fix as an option so I finally made this derivative.