There is a program called "Pepakura" that will take a model in *.OBJ format
and project it into a form that can be printed, then cut out and assembled.
But the model has to be fairly "clean" (no inverted faces for example), and
broken down into parts - for example, I thought it might be an idea to do
this with the design for a table I'm working on, since some of the parts
are cut at (and cut into at) odd angles. But the model had to be all in
parts - top, each leg separately, each rung separately, and so on - and
each part projected and saved/printed separately.
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