Michael Frumin from Eyebeam writes – “Over the last 2 weeks or so, I worked with Jerry Paffendorf of Electric Sheep and Second Life future salons to capture and 3D print his SecondLife avatar, with his SecondLife ‘Slegway.’ We had some success after a couple iterations, learning a good lesson about what you just can’t do on a standard 3D printer. The one-piece print would have been just impossible to separate from the support material without destroying the model material, eh?” Link. A special bonus – how to do this will be in our upcoming book Second Life Hacks!