Thames Dolphin lamp standard’s history goes back to the 19th century. We scanned one of the creatures by taking as many pictures as we could from all possible angles. As we couldn’t cover all the angles, we’ve done some fixing in Autodesk ReMake and sculpting in Meshmixer. It printed very well and it didn’t need many supports. After a huge amount of time spent patching and fixing, we have a lovely replica of the Dolphin Standard.
Earlier we published Thames Baby Dolphin Toy, that was inspired by the original scanned model:
We featured this object in YouTube video:
Easy to print, needs supports only under two upper fins.
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