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Hi;

for a job at 3DHubs i'm looking for someone who can digitalize the Heijmans One : http://heijmans.nl/en/heijmans-one/

the goal is to have a simple Maquette of this building printed on an Ultimaker 2. preferably in 6 parts, front ground floor, back ground floor, front upper floor, back upper floor, front roof and back roof to maximize the build area. perhaps the front deck is a separate part and perhaps the inside walls need to be printed seperately.

I am willing to work out a deal :) it is meant to give an representation of the house, so details should be there but can be high level. things like a brick like outside would be nice, but doorknobs or furniture are unnecessary..

any takers? :)

 

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