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123D Catch obelisk 3D scan (Slottsmöllan - Sweden)

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123D Catch obelisk 3D scan (Slottsmöllan - Sweden) by CreativeTools May 30, 2013

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This is a 3D-scanned obelisk located outside our office at Slottsmöllan, Halmstad, Sweden. It was captured using Autodesk 123D Catch.
The model is cleaned and ready for 3D-printing.

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I was wondering, how do you take the 3d scan from the 123d Catch program and make it into a printable design?

Thanks for asking! :) The software 123D Catch saves out an STL file. We then imported it into Autodesk Meshmixer where we oriented it to point strait up and we also cut the bottom of the model flat.

Thanks! Glad you liked it. :-)

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