120 Cell by George Hart Hecatonicosachoron

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120 Cell by George Hart Hecatonicosachoron by Goophoba Apr 4, 2012
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I take no credit for this. I just noticed that this file isn't up on thingiverse and I think it's too cool not to be up here.

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how did you print this. I try all the settings, and my makerbot cannot manage to print it.

This would also be an interesting infill shape for a large print. It has a great amount of structural integrity.

I printed this on my school's FlashForge Finder. I find this is a very good model to use for calibrating retraction. The first print absolutely failed on retraction but I printed without supports on the hyper setting in the FlashForge software and it turned out good for no support structure. I did turn it on its face down.

Soluble support.

Hmm, did you slice this with skeinforge? If so, what version/settings? Always seems to crash on me.

No, it was the Dimension software that came with the the printer. It crashes anyways also but it went through eventually.

Great site, from a great mind!


Be sure to have a look at the sculptures page!

This looks just terriblly difficult to print! I love it! :-D