simple task for someone

Discussion in '3D Design Requests' started by yxalitis, Oct 27, 2011.

  1. yxalitis
    yxalitis New Member
    Hi Guys,
    New to this forum, and looking for a 3D model of the Millennium Falcon to print, but this only needs to be a basic, low-poly model, as I want it at 1/2256 scale (about 2.4cm).

    Happy to pay a few bucks, but I do think this is a fairly easy request.
    At this size, it can be solid, making the whole back-plane nonsense a non issue.

    Thanks!
     
  2. invidos
    invidos New Member
    Should it also be textured?

    edit:Far from the best that I've done, but if you want it you can have it for free, just not sure how to set the size of the print
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  3. yxalitis
    yxalitis New Member
    That's pretty much EXACTLY what I want.
    Thanks heaps!!
    How do I go about getting that printed?
     
  4. invidos
    invidos New Member
    I have no idea of how this works.... I guess I can send you the obj file. but there is sort of a problem with scale, can't really understand how to get it 2.4cm long

    anyways, attached the file to this post.
     

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  5. mctrivia
    mctrivia New Member
    tried loading in netfabb but it failed. Normally this is what I would use to rescale to a specific size.
     
  6. invidos
    invidos New Member
    do you have any idea of why it failed?
     
  7. mctrivia
    mctrivia New Member
    error in the file. other programs I have will open with warning but don't know how to scale in those programs.
     
  8. mctrivia
    mctrivia New Member
    Here you go. Maniged to convert to STL, fix errors and resize to 2.4cm long.

    lost most of the detail when correcting file it seems
     

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  9. mctrivia
    mctrivia New Member

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  10. Youknowwho4eva
    Youknowwho4eva Shapeways Employee Community Team

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  11. invidos
    invidos New Member
    only thing I find odd is that I did scale it in 3ds max to be 2.4 cm, but that for some reason did not work when I tried to upload it....
     
  12. yxalitis
    yxalitis New Member
    Wow, and I mean WOW, you guys are AWESOME!!

    I will upload now, thanks so much!
     
  13. Youknowwho4eva
    Youknowwho4eva Shapeways Employee Community Team
    Well some how the model came out 24 cm (I had to scale it down to 10%)