Sign of the Horns - On A Plinth

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Sign of the Horns - On A Plinth by doommeister Jun 30, 2011
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Loved the sign of the horns (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:9541) but it was not stable enough to stand on its own. Strangely good for point at things with though. I added a plinth to allow me to clutter up my desk with.


I scaled the model to 90% due to a height issue on my current setup. Use the SCAD file to scale the horns back if you like, the original .stl is required in the same folder as the SCAD file

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Sign of the Horns - On A Plinth by doommeister is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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I used open SCAD to import the .stl mesh then added the base to it using a union operation.

The scad source file is attached to the thing file, so have a look how it was done.

You could also try mesh mixer to do that kind of thing

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How do you edit in a base onto an existing stl file? I 3d scanned my face with an xbox kinect, and I want to put it on a pedestal