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hlyman

Salt Lake City Mormon Temple

by hlyman Nov 28, 2016
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Could you do the Fresno temple?

As requested the Seattle LDS Temple has been Posted. More to come.

I have revised the model with 8 sided columns and it is uploaded now.

This is well done and I'm printing it now. Thanks!

One minor thing is bothering me, though: the columns should be octagons (8 sides), not hexagons (6 sides). The octagons throughout are a notable architectural feature.

True the columns are 8 sided, and I error-ed. However printing at a 50% scale it is not even evident that this detail is visible. I have printed over 30 at 50% scale for friends. I will correct this at some time.

This is Awesome!! any chance you could do one of the LA temple?

Love the temples! Could you possibly make the Seattle temple?

I have the LA Temple and about 25 others. Will post LA Temple this week.

That would be awesome! Please let me know when you do. I'm planning on printing it as soon as it's up.

Crazy Shit. After that print i have to look From Dusk Till Dawn

Let's see a picture.

Thank you, I love the details! I was wondering, why are the large spires not pointing? I can see one of them being flat to fit the angel moroni, but I was wondering why the other 5 were flattened out?

The spires are that way as I take a straight pin with a round end and glue one to each spire. The pin is cut short. See a close up picture of the temple. I have about 20 other temples now designed and will sometime post them.

Hmm, no I haven't seen a close up. So the spires don't go to a point? Oh are you talking about the lightning rods on top of the spires?

That's what they look like (rods). File the spires to a point it you want.

I see it now, thanks I totally didn't realize that until now. You're right though, if you look at it up close it's just like your model. Thanks, this is a really neat model. Really appreciate the work you've done for this!

Having visited the Salt Lake City Mormon Temple, I seriously cant belive this. You have recreated it in such intricate detail. In fact, your model is more accurate to the photos of the place than the ornament I got while there lol. Nicely done

dan3008,

Thanks for the comment. Hope you print it and then give me your thoughts.