Classic Art | 3d model - Ignazio Francesco Marabitti Putto

Rs. 5,100.00

Splendid marble statue depicting a putto, a term used in the arts to describe a naked child, almost always of male sex and often represented with wings. It was made by Italian sculptor Francesco Marabitti, considered to be one of the greatest Sicilian artists of the XVIII century. At the time the putto was often used as a decorative ornament in churches, as a sculpture, and in the frescoes (mural paintings). Our library included two important depictions of putts, as angels in their infant form, by this artist. Original size: 84.2 x 33.3 x 40.9 cm

Available in Polymide also in Transparent Resin. You can get it 3d printed in various colours, in different sizes.

Small: 10.9 x 4.3 x 5.3 cm

Medium: 15.2 x 6 x 7.4 cm

Large: 19.4 x 7.7 x 9.4 cm

Sculptures made in Polyamide

Polyamide has a sandy, granular look, and has a slightly porous surface. Our sculptures made in Polyamide are 3d printed with Selective Laser Sintering printing technology. The Sculptures are printed layer by layer by a laser that draws thin lines in the powder, which melts and bonds it together in order to form a thin layer of the model. After a layer is printed, a new layer of fresh powder is spread over the surface by a roller. The printer has a print chamber that is heated to just below the melting point of the powder; the laser beam adds the extra energy to melt the powder, forming a solid Sculpture.

Sculptures made in Transparent Resin

Transparent Resin is a strong, hard, stiff, water-resistant by nature, and of course, transparent material. Our sculptures made in Resin are 3d printed with Stereolithography printing technology. 

The process takes place in a large tank, and begins when a layer of liquid polymer is spread over a platform. This machine then uses a computer-controlled laser to draw the first layer onto the surface of a liquid polymer, which hardens where struck by the laser. The Sculpture is then lowered and the next layer is then drawn directly on top of the previous one. This is repeated until the Sculpture is finished. In this way, layer-by-layer, an object is “drawn” in the liquid by the beam, with the layers being consolidated throughout the process. 

When the object is complete, it is raised out of the tank via the supporting platform – much like a submarine rising to the surface of the water – with the excess liquid flowing away. The supports are removed manually after the model is taken from the machine.

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