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3D model description
Captured from the American Museum of Natural History with 123D Catch.
From the AMNH display: "Proboscideans include elephants and their relatives. Like this gomphothere, they all have enlarged incisor teeth, called tusks. Gomphotherium production 'club beast.' Gomphotherium productum lived 10 million years ago in the Miocene Epoch."
3D printing settings
A good scan with minimal touchup in meshmixer and netfabb. The bones also magically follow the 45 degree printing rule as is - brilliant!
The STL is print ready. Associated scan and 123DCatch files also included.
- 3D file format: OBJ, STL, and ZIP
- Publication date: 2018/10/24 at 17:11
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