Cleaning up a crude .stl model of an O2 to hopefully produce a good model of an O2

Irinikus

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After doing the work shown above, Ive made a start on "normalising" the mesh of the front face of the machine: (This is taking hours to complete, and this image gives you some idea as to how i'm working to accomplish this)

 

Grim.Black

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After doing the work shown above, Ive made a start on "normalising" the mesh of the front face of the machine: (This is taking hours to complete, and this image gives you some idea as to how i'm working to accomplish this)

It looks great!
 

megaimg

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Anyone has the O2 Base..I will love to fix mine....the base is damage in the back!
 
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Grim.Black

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Anyone has the O2 Base..I will love to fix mine....the base is damage in the back!
The base was uploaded as part of the ZIP I shared on Feb 20th. The file for the base is O2_skins_skirt_v0.01.stl The file hasn't been skillfully cleaned up, like what Irinikus has been doing for the main body, but the file is complete and should be free of holes.
 

Jan

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Wow! So cool, what you are doing man!
The perfect solution for the average O2 owners problems :ROFLMAO:!
 

Jan

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I wonder why these models are in such a bad shape. They came out of the Inventor files of the IVView demo and they surely are an output of the real design data from the O2.
 

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