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Yoda Bust

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Yoda Bust by MustangDave Mar 20, 2014

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I did not make this 3d model. However I did make it fully 3d printable. The original author of this 3d model is Adam Beamish. He is a very talented 3d sculptor. This is a lower resolution version than the original. I spent countless hours fixing the model to be ready to 3d print. The original STL model was very broken for some reason, you can see for yourself. This was no easy task! This 3d model is for personal use only and may not to be used for profit. You can view the original file here:

http://www.123dapp.com/3dcr-Creature/Master-Yoda/1603840

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Educational purposes
Fan art
Game mod
Machinima

May the force be with you!

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Thanks for a great model. My friends were all impressed by how the details came out!

Great bust of Yoda and my first 3d print on the new 3d printer. Thanks MustangDave!

Printing it out now for ya mate, will have a painted version by this afternoon :)

Cool! I would love to see!

Sweetness! Do you recommend using support material?

I would use support material just to be on the safe side. I have not printed this myself so I can't really say. Maybe someone else can chime in.

Thank you for creating this and posting it on Thingiverse.

I did not create the 3d model, I just modified it to get ready for 3d printing. You're welcome anyway.

Actually if you had used the OBJ file that is there, it is already solid and doesn't need any repair. Don't know why the STL they package with it is so messed up.

Well, I opened it up and just started repairing in my own style. I downloaded it from Adam Beamish's page and saw it was broken for some reason and started repairing.

What I'm trying to say is that if you had downloaded the "Mesh Package" not the STL. The OBJ contained therein isn't broken at all. It is a solid mesh, just really small (in inch units). You are correct the STL is very broken for some reason. I don't know why their software would make such a broken STL.

Yeah, I did not take the time to look at the OBJ, I wish I would have because it probably would have saved me a lot of time.

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