I figured that I might just share this via the blog, as it came out pretty well.
This was a special request. It might even turn into a standard product that we offer.
The base was modelled in OnShape, a fabulous cloud-based parametric CAD application, the figure was sliced up and made watertight using Netfabb, and the two were unified into a single mesh using Blender. 3D printed on the UP Plus 2.
Scott Phillips is a lawyer, designer and technologist, fascinated by the potential and the promise of 3D printing.