Hole Thru a Hole in a Hole

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Hole Thru a Hole in a Hole by Denali3DDesign Sep 30, 2012
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An interpretation of the drawing by the same name published in the 1940 book "Mathematics and the Imagination."

Also available on Shapeways if you want to purchase one already made: http://www.shapeways.com/model/723930


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Optimized for a printer with support material.

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It looks pretty sweet. How/where did you print it? What method and machine? Was it polished?


It was printed on a 3D Systems SLA printer at Cubify: http://cubify.com/cloud_print/materials/acutough.aspxhttp://cubify.com/cloud_print/...

It wasn't polished - that's the print right out of the machine after cleaning.

beautiful! love it.

Eh, just looks like a coffee mug to me. Or a doughnut. They all look the same.