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18" Stonehenge - Now on a display base, but still in danger of being crushed by a dwarf

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18" Stonehenge - Now on a display base, but still in danger of being crushed by a dwarf by 7777773 Oct 1, 2012
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This is the third revision of Stonehenge on the Thingiverse, which makes it part of a trilogy I'm working on in natural PLA which is the saddest of all plastics, I find. People weep instantly when they see it, and I don't know why.

This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://tinkercad.com/things/8bsI8k9L7RD
I'm loving the tinkercad import feature. I've intended on adding a base to this model for at least a year but never find the time. Thanks to the magic of web modeling I was able to do this in less than a minute over lunch today.

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Here's Stonehenge on a little base so it retains its Stonehengeness after you've printed the next thing.
The transient nature of the earlier revisions of this tiny Stonehenge was part of what made it interesting, but what if you wanted to keep it? A pile of miniature imitation rocks just isn't the same after you've jumbled them up, and like Humpty Dumpty (the patron saint of quality footwear) you can never quite put them back together again.


As always, this prints best with all settings on 11.

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Thanks for sharing you model. When I was a little kid, I'd have gone crazy over this, but as an adult, I am still looking forward to printing this. Now, if only I had an industrial-sized printer so I could make a huge copy for my backyard. (I'd put it in the front yard but my neighbors might get confused and annoyed with me). ;-)

Printing one for my wife right now. Thanks for the model!

I liked your Spinal Tap reference in the title!

...maybe it would be better if it were done in dobly???

I thought PLA was a good plastic to use ;(

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