Megalodon Scanned Fossil Tooth

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Megalodon Scanned Fossil Tooth by Emdahus Feb 29, 2016


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Like the name suggest, this is a scanned tooth of an extinct Megalodon giant shark. Special thanks to www.lamna.se for loaning me the original fossil.
It was scanned using a semi-pro DSLR-camera and trialversion of Agisoft Photoscan (It's like magic!!). Edited with meshlab and Sketchup. Enjoy!!

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Mine turned out well printed with support positioned like the STL file.
Original size is about 10cm.

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Yepp, it is. The size is calibrated manually in meshlab as well as possible, should be close to the original size.

Feb 14, 2017 - Modified Feb 14, 2017

Is the model 1 to 1 scale of the actual tooth?