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Bre of Liberty

by tbuser, published

Bre of Liberty by tbuser Jun 3, 2011

Description

Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to democratize personal fabrication.

Also a derivative of Statue of Liberty Edited: Book on Hip by QuasiFandango thingiverse.com/thing:1128

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this is a great print can you break it down to 16th. stl files so i can print it 3 ft tall?
Drag and drop and a lot of tweaking and blending. I love meshmixer!
Unfortunately, after much cursing and face palming, I was unable to get the state of liberty to work in openscad. (winding order grrr) Therefore I was unable to easily split it up into parts with snap on connectors. So I ended up cutting it into 4 parts in blender. You should be able to just glue them together.

I think I'll play with the head and arm to see if I can make just those parts super sized to try and get more detail in the face.

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Bre of Liberty by tbuser is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Instructions

If you don't have a super tall printer, print slices 0-3.stl Then glue them together!

I printed them with 0.3 layer height, 2 extra shells, 0.05 infill, and it took about 12 hours to print them all. There's a few spots that are unsupported, but they're mostly minor. You could try printing with support enabled, but I don't think it's really necessary if you use lots of extra shells.

Total height is 300mm
this is a great print can you break it down to 16th. stl files so i can print it 3 ft tall?
Unfortunately, after much cursing and face palming, I was unable to get the state of liberty to work in openscad. (winding order grrr) Therefore I was unable to easily split it up into parts with snap on connectors. So I ended up cutting it into 4 parts in blender. You should be able to just glue them together.

I think I'll play with the head and arm to see if I can make just those parts super sized to try and get more detail in the face.
drag-and-drop or zipper
&
amp; weld? always nice to see meshmixer being used for something important... =)
Drag and drop and a lot of tweaking and blending. I love meshmixer!
Not the "Statue of LiBreTy" or "Statue of LiberBre"?
ha! those are acceptable alternatives.
Nice job just don't tweet the image to any congressmen
Nice rack Bre :)
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