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Sleeping Pig

by MustangDave, published

Sleeping Pig by MustangDave Aug 15, 2014

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I made this photo-scan using Autodesk Memento. It started out having 1 million polygons or so. I reduced it to around 40,000 without losing much detail. It turned out great considering I'm just using an old 5 megapixel digital camera. Referenced using only 57 pictures indoors with very poor lighting. I'm beginning to like this piece of Autodesk software a lot better than 123D Catch by far. You are free to use this model for whatever as long as credit is given and it is not to be used for commercial purposes or financial gain...or I will turn you into bacon. Enjoy!

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its so cute
i want the real one to be right here where i am

Thank you, it reminds me of Charlotte's Web.

do you have the same issue still that the print comes off from the heatbed ???

Yes, unfortunately I did have that problem. I have to scale it down about 25% to alleviate the problem. Sorry about that, I will try to figure out why it does this. I heard it's best to add a slurry of ABS mixed with acetone to help prevent this. You might try using a raft.

Aug 25, 2014 - Modified Aug 25, 2014
bulent - in reply to MustangDave

I lubricate the hair spray on the glass out with a piece of abs that works awesome 230c extruder and 110c fot the heatbed

Thanks MustangDave! Great scan.

You should try going bigger, you will get more detail. I tried to print full scale at first, but I started getting curling or lifting on the bed, so I went a tad smaller. Thanks again for the make, I got more where that came from:)

nice scan dude, i might have to check out momento!

I totally recommend it, give it a try. It's more geared towards 3d printing.

amazing, great finish

Thank you my friend:)

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