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My Brother

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My Brother by ponsmeister Dec 24, 2012
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Scanned with Kinect for Windows, stitched together with Kscan3D and printed on an Ultimaker.


Printed with green PLA at 230C, speed was 100mm per second. I scaled it down to 0.04.
I still have a lot to learn. There are also holes in there. The scan could be better, since the chair legs are incomplete.
Still, it was a lot of fun for a first try.

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I scanned my brother, sitting on a chair with a Kinect for Windows and Kscan3D software. I have a hard time with Meshlab to orient the image the right way to print.. It actually printed but with a lot of support. Still the concept of scanning and printing real people works!