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New 7 Wonders Puzzle

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I've always wanted to travel the world and see the 7 Wonders. Although I have never seen these wonders in person, I was inspired by their unique and incredible architecture to create this 7 Wonders mashup.

Color code:

Orange- Christ the Redeemer

Yellow- Taj Mahal

Red- El Castillo in Chichan Itza

Blue- Petra, Jordan

Purple- Great Wall of China

Brown- Colosseum

Green- Macchu Picchu

Treat this build as a puzzle and add on each wonder as you visit them! Or just print the two builds if you want it in fewer prints. I also included an alternate build that shows off Taj Mahal a bit better.

I spent a good deal of time trying to figure out how to mash these creations together. I first created Stacking El Castillos I decided to slice El Castillo and imbed Petra into it, given that Petra was built into stone.

Macchu Picchu was probably the trickiest to incorporate; I found an artist's rendition of what it may have looked at before it's collapse into ruin. http://www.theredheadedtraveler.com/book-review-machu-picchu-guidebook-self-guided-tour/

All wonders were created in Autodesk inventor and assembled in tinkercad except for Christ the Redeemer, which was created by JuanG3D. Check it out here! http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:744525

This project was extremely fun and i learned how to use Inventor more efficiently. All in all, it was a great learning experience. I may try the old seven wonders next!

All pictures from http://livenewshot.com/seven-wonders-of-the-world-2013/

3D printing settings

Recommended printing instructions for Christ the Redeemer

Extruder: 205 degrees Celsius

Plate: 60 degrees Celsius

Resolution: 0.1 mm

Shells: 1

Infill: 30%

Rafts: No

Supports: No

Recommended printing instructions for others

Extruder: 215 degrees Celsius

Plate: 60 degrees Celsius

Resolution: 0.2 mm

Shells: 2

Infill: 15%

Rafts: No

Supports: No

  • 3D model format: STL

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