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Printed on Replicator - 2 - Koch snowflake in 3D

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Printed on Replicator - 2 - Koch snowflake in 3D by dogger Apr 26, 2013
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Printed on Replicator - 2.Created from Java3D - .x3d, to Blender - .stl, to MeshLab - smoothing, to ReplicatorG - scaling and orientation.

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You've only subdivided the central third in each iteration so this is only similar to a Koch curve.
It is Interesting though.
This curve might have finite length.
Here the infinite many points where the sidelengths go to zero are sparse like the remaining parts of the the cantor set.

Tx for your interest - you are quite right, but the main purpose of the .stl file is to be 3D printed.

I hope your image is for a nano-machine.

Tx,
Tim McFadden (dogger)

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