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Ammonite

by MuseumVictoria, published

Ammonite by MuseumVictoria May 13, 2013
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Ammonite by MuseumVictoria is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Ammonite - Pleuroceras sp
from Musuem Victoria's Paleontology Collection.
Originally collected: Bavaria, Germany.
Scanned by MV's Production Studio.
Photograph of fossil and print by Ben Healley
MV Registration Number: P315002.

More details on the original specimen can be found at Museum Victoria Collections

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This model was scanned from an ammonite in Museum Victoria's collection. The initial image shows the fossil and a PLA print of the model.

We've successfully printed the model using PLA on a Replicator 2 with a raft but no support at medium and fine resolution.

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Definitely use a brim here -- the footprint is small. With that in place, it printed very well.

Scan a trilobite, please.

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