Erected in 1925, the monument sitting atop the Dundee Law is a testament to those from the local area that lost their lives in the first and then second world war. It sits in the centre of a hexagonal viewing point that looks over the entire city that surrounds it.
A select few days a year such as Armistice Day in November, the top beacon is lit with a bright flame.
Printed at 60mm tall, came out perfectly.
Should print just fine with less infill.
Should print support free, otherwise only tiny support needed is in the doorway.
Happy printing :)