243 Ida Asteroid

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243 Ida Asteroid by gr5 Mar 3, 2013
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This is a model of the Koronis asteroid 243 Ida which is one of the Koronis family asteroids in the normal asteroid belt (between mars and jupiter).


I sliced it with cura set to have support structure, but no infill and it came out pretty good. I did double width walls.

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