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Panel from the Ogden Avenue Bridge House

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3D model description

Photographed by Yasmine Afshar ( ) at the Art Institute of Chicago. This is one of a series of 3D scans the AIC that I am publishing as part of my Artist Residency in the Ryan Education Center. I am tagging all my scans related to AIC and museums in general with #museum3D . Check out my website for more information about the residency at AIC and my work in general.

Attributed to Scipione Del Campo

American, born Italy, 1895-1957

Ogden Avenue Bridge House Panel: Figure of a Woman Operating Gear Mechanism, 1932 (demolished 1994–95)

Carved limestone, bas relief

123.5 x 105.5 x 18 cm (49 x 42 x 7 in.)

Department of Bridges and Transportation, City of Chicago, 1996.295.1

Architecture and Design

Gallery 200

3D printing settings

Photographed with dslr camera, scanned with 123D Catch, cleaned up in Netfabb and printed on a Replicator 2X in ABS.

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    • bridge-house-final.stl

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  • Publication date: 2018-10-26 at 15:03
    Published to Thingiverse on: 2014-03-11 at 20:53





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