[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity

[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
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[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
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[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
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[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art
[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art
[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
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[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
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[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
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[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
[25] A4 and an A1 Singularity 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art Description
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Cubic with an A4 and an A1 Type Singularity (4 lines of ruling) [25]

The models presented on Shapeways are recreations of a Classical Mathematical Model Collection originally made by hand in plaster in the 1800's. This portion of the collection was originally modelled by Carl Rodenberg under the direction of the famous mathematician Felix Klein. The models are currently presented as solid 1:1 recreations.

For more information:
http://formpig.com/blog/?cat=24
http://www.flickr.com/photos/52229863@N06/sets/72157626031842197/

cm: 13 w x 13 d x 14.184 h
in: 5.118 w x 5.118 d x 5.584 h

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