Stanford Bunny

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Stanford Bunny by archiveman Mar 31, 2009


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Stanford took a bunch of lasers and figured out how to make a mesh bunny. It\'s been used a lot as a test subject for 3D printers. You can find the original source material at http://graphics.stanford.edu/data/3Dscanrep/


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it prints better than the .stl preview suggests :-)

High on my list of "fun test prints" are the Blender Monkey and the Utah Teapot. And now the Stanford Bunny.