Celtic Cross Necklace/Tree Ornament/Jewelry Piece
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This is a Celtic Cross that can be used as a tree ornament, jewelry, or anything really as it has a small hoop at the top.
edit: 10/12/2014 - Something I noticed in the makes is that the round orb in the middle is missing which is odd. I never had that issue when I printed it.
200mm so scale to fit your needs and this should be able to be made using a CNC router/mill as well. Basically you can use a 3D Printer or a CNC router/mill so you have even more machine and material choices.
For the ultimate way of doing this (if you do not have a CNC, and only have a 3d Printer (like a Makerbot/RepRap)) -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AS7eJw0Im_c&list=UL
I would suggest no greater than a .4mm nozzle and really a .35mm or .25mm is better due to the intricate pattern work.
edit: 12/30/2012 I have added a lower poly count version for those who may have had issues with the higher poly count version. I didn't with 8 gigs of ram and Cura but some have with other confiugurations (1 or 2 gigs of ram) and other slicing programs (slic3r).
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