Ama Dablam

by tpsully Jan 6, 2017
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Hey tpsully! thanks for the great model. Would you happen to know the scale from the real one?

My software puts out statistics. When I made this map this is one of the outputs:

Total Area (approximate): 170.4 Sq. Kilometers (12.4 km X 13.8 km)

I did also trim 3600 meters off of the bottom of the map. This is because it was so far above sea level that a lot of material would be wasted it it was 3D printed. So, the length from the highest peak on the map to the bottom surface plus 3600 will be the scale height in meters.

Let me know if that is enough information.


Hey Tommy I never said thank you for the reply it was very useful.
I want to print it for a friend that went to climb this.

Best regards,

Happy to help an good luck on the climb!


I downloaded file, and it seems to be very large (12 meters...) and one of the 3D-Print apps online also says too big to print. I am a nube--is there a way to shrink this model? Do you recomend Blender, or any other software? Thanks for the advice.

I use Cura to slice (most of the time) and it allows me to type in a scaling factor. I just scale it down until it is the size I want. Which slicer are you using?

Update: I installed Cura, and it was successful in scaling down the final project size. Thanks for the tip.

I am using 3D-Tool (from www.3d-tool.com) but as I said, I am new to the 3D world, so I will look at Cura. Thanks for the quick reply.