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Posted (edited) · China's ancient buildings in tang dynasty
1 hour ago, hghu said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted · China's ancient buildings in tang dynasty

This is a nice building.

 

What material did you print it in, woodfill?

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Posted · China's ancient buildings in tang dynasty
14 hours ago, geert_2 said:

This is a nice building.

 

What material did you print it in, woodfill?

wood

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Posted · China's ancient buildings in tang dynasty

That is very, very impressive print! How many parts does it consist of? Did you do, or are you going to do any more post processing?

And did you make it for your own collection or does it serve another purpose as well? 

 

Thank you for sharing this with us! 

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Posted (edited) · China's ancient buildings in tang dynasty

The building was built about 1000 years ago, model scale 1:50, its structure are studied by using 3 d printers, inspired design, I am an architect

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Posted (edited) · China's ancient buildings in tang dynasty

The roof was tiled, All building elements ultimaker2+ print

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Posted · China's ancient buildings in tang dynasty
On 3/27/2018 at 3:12 PM, hghu said:

The building was built about 1000 years ago, model scale 1:50, its structure are studied by using 3 d printers, inspired design, I am an architect

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So cool to see what an architect can achieve knowing how to print the parts. Great job!

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