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Unicorn by mcrockeruvm Nov 30, 2015
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Hi Op,

Did you print the original one or was it made in a different way?

The original that I scanned from was porcelain. I should have scanned it at higher resolution, because the print tends to loose one of it's hooves.

You really shouldn't include a picture of the original model you scanned unless your 3D print can replicate it.

It was my first project and I should have scanned it at a much higher resolution.It looks like others have had successful prints, but I'm not sure what their print settings were. I don't have access to the MakerBot at this time, but I do hope to refine the scan and get a better print out of it.

Hi OP! I was wondering what your printer settings were? One of the front hooves detached from support during printing (despite the 'supports everywhere') which ruined an otherwise decent print :( I'm debating whether to reslice or reprint and cross my fingers.

You might want to try reslicing.