The Cardinal de Richelieu by Bellini. I took photos of the sculpture in Musee du Louvre with my photocamera Sony and processed them at my3dscanner.com and MeshLab
3D Print Settings
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Batch control, available in plastic and multicolor from 20 prints or more, lets you optimize your unit price by dedicating a print tray to your personal production run. Control every aspect, including number, orientation and even the layer thickness to find the mix of budget, quality and finish that best suits your needs.
Hollowing your model and adding holes for recovery reduces the material used, and consequently your unit price. This feature will hollow out the interior of your model where possible and let you choose where to place holes so that we can recover a proportion of the material.
Make the most of our review tools to get the best 3D print possible. Don't worry, these options don't edit your model in any way.
Cutaway View gives you an x-ray view of your design so you can see it from all angles, inside and out before printing.
Different materials are fragile at different thicknesses (also known as the material's solidity threshold). Sculpteo's automatic solidity check let's you review any potential problem areas before printing. If it's green, you should be good to go, if it's not, you should try a different scale or material.
The material you chose has a solidity threshold of around mm.