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Pythagorean Tree Model [message #92581] Mon, 23 June 2014 13:45 UTC Go to next message
avatar lars_rafeldt2  is currently offline lars_rafeldt2
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Can anybody make a 3D model of a regular pythagorean tree (45° angle) and 9 iterations and send it to me? I need it very quick, thats why i cant wait for it to be delivered from the US. Contact me at kraveck@web.de
Re: Pythagorean Tree Model [message #92587 is a reply to message #92581 ] Mon, 23 June 2014 16:05 UTC Go to previous message
avatar stonysmith  is currently offline stonysmith
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What general size are you looking for?
What material would you like to print it in?
Doing some quick math, if you use :

WhiteStrongFlexible, with the minimum 0.6mm for the smallest blocks, the large block would be ~10mm and the structure (if hollow) would cost $3.00
FullColorSandstone, with the minimum 3.0mm for the smallest blocks, the large block would be ~48mm and the structure (if hollow) would cost $51.00

But, from a design standpoint, it's going to be exceptionally tricky to make the model hollow. If you make it solid, the FCS price goes up to $271

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