The standard method of using #3DBenchy is at 100% scale, which makes it easy to compare surface features and 3D printing settings. Nevertheless, there is also a relevant and fun value, of enlarging the file, which is something that Dave Gaylord has done wonderfully. Check out his gigantic #3DBenchy print below!
@toms3dp @3dmakernoob @bcn3dtech @RogerUceda @EricBCN3D @HAWK3DPROTO @MatterHackers @DanielNoree @CreativeTools Biggest benchy ever. pic.twitter.com/5RLKFqXRwz
— Dave Gaylord (@DGaylord3D) April 9, 2017