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New era FRACTAL by adamrw91 Feb 22, 2013
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This is my final step on a long journey of making a printable fractal.
Needs support when printed.
If you want to do this yourself i recomend checking this instructable out!
I recomend adding an extra step by using Z-brush to reduce polygon count before you import it into meshlab or after.

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