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So I found a Martian Meteorite in my Backyard

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So I found a martian meteorite in my backyard. It only weighed a slight 16 grams so it costs an estimated $10,000 as of its material. I decided to make a casing or in this case, a box to put it in so I wont lose it. I programmed it with a bit of java but mostly physical scaling.

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It would take a loooong time to print if you don't shrink it...

... approximately 13 hours with settings in the middle.

I recommend adding a raft before so the base of the box is flat and flawless. I also recommend having some plexi glass as a top and gluing the glass on with super glue.

Also, I shared the text with you guys on a separate file; it contains the date of discovery and other facts that I put on the slant side for a "museum" look.

  • 3D file format: STL





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