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4'' Mt. Baker, Washington, USA, Ceramic

by TinyMtn

4'' Mt. Baker, Washington, USA, Ceramic 3d printed Photo of real 3D ceramic print of Baker summit from the East, Sherman Peak is the bump just to the left of the summit
Photo of real 3D ceramic print of Baker summit from the East, Sherman Peak is the bump just to the left of the summit
4'' Mt. Baker, Washington, USA, Ceramic 3d printed Photo of 3D print, looking SSE at Coleman and Roosevelt Glaciers below the summit
4'' Mt. Baker, Washington, USA, Ceramic 3d printed Photo of 3D print, looking SSE at Coleman and Roosevelt Glaciers below the summit
4'' Mt. Baker, Washington, USA, Ceramic 3d printed Photo of actual print, looking South at Mt Baker, Lasiocarpa Ridge is on the lower-left
4'' Mt. Baker, Washington, USA, Ceramic 3d printed Photo of actual print, looking South at Mt Baker, Lasiocarpa Ridge is on the lower-left
4'' Mt. Baker, Washington, USA, Ceramic 3d printed Radiance rendering of model data, looking SSE
4'' Mt. Baker, Washington, USA, Ceramic 3d printed Radiance rendering of model data, looking SSE

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Mount Baker, standing at a lofty 10,786 feet in elevation, is the third highest mountain in Washington State and the fifth highest in the Cascade Range. The most northern Cascade volcano in the United States, it towers over the waters of Puget Sound and soars over the San Juan Islands in its snow-capped majesty; it is a prominent landmark from Victoria, Greater Vancouver, Seattle, and even as far away as Tacoma. Smothered by ten heavily-crevassed active glaciers, Mount Baker is the second most glaciated of all the Cascade Range volcanoes, second only to Mount Rainier. The volume of snow and ice on Mount Baker is greater than that of all the other Cascades volcanoes (except Rainier) combined! It also has the second most active crater in the Cascades after Mount St. Helens.

The summit of Mount Baker is attempted by thousands of climbers every year---hardy souls who wish to climb the highest summit in the North Cascades. Artist Point, on the northwest side of the mountain, is a popular spot for tourists and hikers who want to gaze from a dramatic precipice over Swift Creek valley toward Baker's ice-clad summit. Trails lead from all sides of the mountain, following ridgelines, over tumbling creeks, and past numerous lakes. Surrounded by the rugged granite peaks of the North Cascades, Mount Baker is sure to wow anyone visiting its enchanted slopes of rock and ice.

Model scale is 1:119100
Model covers an area approximately 7.4 by 7.4 miles
Altitudes covered: 1839' to 10786'
There is never any vertical exaggeration in TinyMtn models.

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This TinyMtn model is in Shapeways' "Ceramic" material, which consists of 3D-printed clay with binder, which is then hand-glazed and fired. When you receive the model it will be ready for display. "Ceramic" models are understandably brittle, even more than either the "Sandstone" or "White Strong and Flexible" models. You can get it wet, leave it outside, and you don't need to seal it. Read more about this beautiful material here.

TinyMtn models have been optimized for specific materials, and are not offered in other materials for strength or cost reasons. If you need one in another material, please click the links above or contact us and we'll try to accommodate your request.

(C) 2014 TinyMtn (TM)
Model created using GDAL, NetPBM, Gmsh, Carve, MeshLab, and other custom software
Source of digital elevation data: U.S. Geological Survey
The USGS home page is http://www.usgs.gov/

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Photo of real 3D ceramic print of Baker summit from the East, Sherman Peak is the bump just to the left of the summit
4'' Mt. Baker, Washington, USA, Ceramic in White Strong & Flexible
Width Height Depth
10 cm 10 cm 3.25 cm
This model is 3D Printed in White Strong & Flexible: White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Model version 6 | Last updated on 07/09/2014

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