Delftship to Rhinoceros

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  1. mtht110
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    I want to 3d print this 2 delftship model in 1mm thickness. Scale to be 1/350. Is it possible?

    Please suggest.

    Sorry for the wrong title. Trying to change but cannot find any option.
     

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  2. pafurijaz
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    Hi I trided on model 2 but I'm not sure about the scale output.. but seem correct, if you have any issues tell and I try to adapth. these is a very big for a 3d printer over 450mm LOA
     

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    Oww. This is awesome. Can you tell me the procedure?
     
  4. pafurijaz
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    Hi, I exported it into obj, and imported inside Blender and scaled up to 1000, becuase DelftShip and Blender works in meters, then I divided it by 350 to get the scale 1/350 and added the thikness with modifiers. at 1.000 and exported to stl, but the file have many things to be adjusted but tell me if works.
     
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    The both software uses a relative scale not equal to others software that mean 1mt inside DelftShip is equal to 1mm also for Blender.
     

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    here attached the blender source file.
     

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