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The Dome/Sphere 3d printed
The Dome/Sphere 3d printed
The Dome/Sphere 3d printed

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The Dome/Sphere

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Product Description

A 2-block-wide slice of regloh's amazing glass sphere project (which would be too heavy and way too expensive to print). I had it printed, but it indeed broke along the thin connectors between the dome and base. Shapeways was very nice about it, offering to glue it up as possible or a store credit - I went for the "glue it up" option.
What's in the Box
The Dome/Sphere
Full Color Sandstone
0.4 cm
23.6 cm
23.8 cm
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