This is a model of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. When printing the Tower as one piece, I recommend to rotate it with 4 ° (that's the leaning) around the x - axis so that the baseplate is printed diagonally but the tower is printed straight. That looks much better when you put it up later than printed with a straight base plate and a leaning tower.
Printing the single pieces works way better, you can even avoid using supports by the parts with the pillars by rotating them by 180° around the x - axis (pillars look to the top then).
I'm a student who found his fascination for 3D Printing when our school got a 3D Printer. Furthermore I'm interested in modeling things with a CAD software. Have fun while browsing through my things!
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