Link from OoT

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Link from OoT by printed Apr 1, 2013



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I ripped this model from the OoT n64 game, reposed and here it is. Any model from any n64 game can be done the same.
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Have not printed this yet but was able to open in MeshLab.
I will report back on how it does.

Thank you for making this 3D model available, it's great!

I've had one unsuccessful print so far; I had the file converted to an .stl, but it will also need to be repaired first before trying to print (something I did not do). I had a lovely finish on about 70% of the model however I found that most of Link's back did not print and was replaced by structural support.

I'll be sure to post a photo once a successful print is complete, I'm very determined!

P.S Did you really mange to successfully print this with no structural support? By looking at the model I would assume the overhanging handle on the sword would pose a problem? I was kind of reluctant to try without support!

It is designed to be printed with out supports.

Are you planning on ripping models? Or maybe sharing a tutorial ?

I will be ripping other models.
I could create a tutorial if theres enough demand. (it already exists on the internet)

there was next to no cleanup. :)

How long did clean-up take?