Ionic Ruins

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Ionic Ruins by EDPTechEdStudent Feb 3, 2014
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19863Views 6135Downloads Found in Buildings & Structures


Classical, Ionic-style ruins. No specific building was in mind when this was designed, but it has many commonalities with the Parthenon.

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What 3D printer did you use? Seems very detailed!

I love the cutouts on the bottom, uses so much less plastic this way.

That depends on the scale you choose to use. My print (approximately 178 mm x 121 mm) with all the Makerware defaults took 8.75 hrs. (Makerware estimated 10 hrs.).

how long time is it making ?