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Classy Chair with Ram's Head Arms

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Classy Chair with Ram's Head Arms by scoots29 Jan 13, 2015
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Artec Eva scan of a very fancy chair. If using supports (probably needed), when removing them be careful not to rip off the legs as well.

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Scanned with Artec Eva. Printed on a Makerbot 2, with supports and helper discs at the feet.

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I would love a low(er) poly version. Maybe 20MB.

When I attempted to reduce the file size further there was a significant loss of detail on the trim and ram's heads. Couldn't bring myself to do it. :-)

That is a very nice 3D-scan of a chair! Thanks for sharing this model. :)

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