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Medallion, depicting the deity baphomet, that the Knights Templar were accused of worshipping, file STL, OBJ for 3D printers, two sizes

however, the dimensions can be changed with each slicer

composed of 1041 mil points all the files have been decimated by the polygons, but without losing the details, this makes the light files suitable for each computer

composed of three pieces dimensions approximately FDM-FFF Z 23,5 Cm X 19,4 Cm Y 3,3 Cm Z 92 Inch X 76 inch Y 12 inch

composed in one piece dimensions approximately DLP-SLA-SLS Z 6 Cm X 5 Cm Y 1Cm File FiZ 2,3 inch X 1,9 inch Y 0,4 inch

all files are already in place for optimal printing

This 3D model was designed to get a clean print result, without considering printing material consumption, However, you are free to rotate, or scale, every part of the model in the most convenient way for you. Each file has been checked and repaired with Netfabb The parts of the model are already positioned for 3D printing Compatible with every Slicer- Simplify3D, Care, Slic3r, etc ... All the parts of the model have been cut so as to be printed vertically, for a higher quality of printing

Baphomet is term that was originally associated with an idol that the Knights Templar were said to have worshipped. Later, Baphomet was incorporated into other  tradoccultitions as a powerful figure, often depicted as a winged man with the head of a goat. Baphomet has reportedly been in use since at least the 1090s, when it appeared in an early Crusader’s letter. The name itself, although certainly not its modern image, may have been connected with Islam, as chroniclers referred to mosques as Bafumarias. Some think Baphomet is a corruption of Mahomet, an alternate spelling of Muhammad, although many other cryptic origin theories have been provided. Regardless of its specific origins, Baphomet got much more attention after the Knights Templar, a medieval Catholic military order, were interrogated under the Inquisition. Under torture, some admitted to worshipping a pagan idol named Baphomet. This figure didn’t have a consistent appearance or nature, and not all Templars admitted to worshipping it. It’s unclear whether Baphomet actually had anything to do with the Templars’ activities, whether it was an accusation the Church created to lend more weight to their other charges of heresy, or whether the admissions were simply tortured out of them. Baphomet fell into relative obscurity for some time, but was reborn in 19th-century occult works, thanks especially to Eliphas Lévi. In the mid-1850s, Lévi published a picture of Baphomet in his book Dogmas and Rituals of High Magic. The illustration greatly inspired Baphomet’s current incarnation; it was a human-goat amalgamation referred to as the “Sabbatic Goat.” This depiction would go on to influence the iconic Rider-Waite tarot card image of the Devil. In some occult, mystical, or religious traditions, Baphomet is a deity that represents the sum of the entire universe and all its opposing forces. Due to its association with Satanism, Baphomet can be viewed as a demonic or subversive symbol, and thus stand in for something considered evil or deviant. It can also serve as an identifying marker for those aligned with the occult. However, many occultists view Baphomet not as demonic but as an idol or deity that harmonizes cosmic opposites, e.g., good and evil, man and woman. Additionally, people have gotten into the habit of juxtaposing Baphomet’s historically taboo image against contemporary pop culture for humorous effect.

Recommended settings for printing

each part was cut to be printed vertically, to have a better quality print, so for the upper parts, it is recommended to print with a 4-5 skirt

Quality Layer height: 0.1mm* Initial layer thickness: 0.3mm Bottom/top pattern: lines Horizontal expansion: 0.04mm (when entering 0.04mm index, the 3D printer perceives the model as monolith, i.e. as having no hidden layers). *Layer Height 0.1mm is recommended for a better quality for the printed model. However, the printing time will double.

As a STL file provider, our goal is to ensure that the files are error-free and printable in the most accurate way. This is why we only test print the most difficult segments of the model’s parts.

The model's parts have been tested and printed in PLA. In case you need advice where to get your filaments from, check our partner's website.

Speed setups: Infill speed: 30mm/s Outer shell speed : 30mm/s Inner shell speed: 20mm/s Top/bottom speed: 20mm/s Support speed: 50mm/s Travel speed: 150mm/s Skirt speed: 30mm/s Amount of slower layers: 4 Infill:

Infill pattern: Grid Line distance: 1.5mm Infill overlap: 20% Infill layers: 0 Support:

Enable support: Check Placement: Everywhere Overhang angle: 30° X/Y distance: 0.7mm Top distance: 0.2mm Bottom distance: 0.2mm Stair step height: 0.5mm Join distance: 0.7mm Area smoothing: 0.6mm Use towers: check Pattern: Grid Line distance: 1.5mm

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  • Publish date2020-04-07
  • Model ID#2356677
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