Artistic Sphere

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Artistic Sphere by Paulwin Mar 6, 2013
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This is a sphere for decoration purposes. You can hang it on a tree or put it on a table as decoration.


The Artistic Ball.thing file has been re-sized to fit the Makerware machine. So I suggest downloading this file instead of the Artistic Ball.stl file. That one is the original size ball.

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This ball is not fully compatible with Makerware software. I can open from the latest revision of Makerware.

Okay i figure out the problem with this ball. I put multiple balls inside the bigger ball. So the new Makerware software cannot handle this. So I am going to delete the smaller balls inside the bigger balls. This way it will be customizable.

I can open it with the Makerware 1.6 software, but not with the 2.0 software. so I am not sure the cause of this issue. If this is not what you are referring to, then I really don't understand the issue.

I am new at using Makerware, so I don't understand what you mean by not customizable. Please elaborate. Thanks.

It's also not customizable, so it probably shouldn't be entered in the Customizer Challenge.