The sanctuary of Rocamadour is a medieval city located in Occitania, in the north of the department of the Lot.
Clinging to the cliff, it defies time for several centuries.
It is interesting to put new technology in the approach that we can have of this ancient city.
The starting point is a photogrammetry treatment but the details were not there yet.
It was necessary to rebuild each facade with a definition that appears during 3D printing.
This model is designed to print with 0.2mm layer heights so that details appear well.
It is 190 mm wide, 130 mm deep and 130 mm high.
The model is also available in three parts to divide the manufacturing into several stages because the level of detail does not allow much downscaling.
the model has also been divided into 6 parts (ZIP) to further facilitate manufacturing (time and space available).
Extruder: 200 ° C and bed: 55 ° C
Layer height: 0.2 mm
Vertical shells, perimeter: 3
Horizontal shells, solid layer top: 3 and bottom: 3
Fill density: 30%.
Speed perimeters: 40 mm / s
Professional 3D modeler for several years (self-employed).
I spend time on 3d printing between two clients.
Working in the field of mechanics, 3d printing allows for more nature-oriented and sculptural achievements.
Do not hesitate to contact me for more details on my products or for design requests.
Work Process : Catch idea (ta onta), 3D modelling and 3Dprint with RepRap Prusa i3.
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