This .STL provided in a .ZIP file has enough variation in elevation texture to print well in "vase mode".
This is the second in a series of crater chain terrain models made with the [QGIS](https://qgis.org/en/site/forusers/download.html) plugin [DEMto3D](https://demto3d.com/en/) using the ~1TB Chang'e 2 .vrt 20m DEM downloaded from the [NASA Moon Trek](https://trek.nasa.gov/moon/).
[Click here to go to the NASA Moon Trek Catena Gregory area & choose 3D globe projection or VR (Google carboard supported :-)](https://trek.nasa.gov/treklite//?l=LRO_WAC_Mosaic_Global_303ppd_v02,true,1&v=0.1&x=129.4184429519847&y=-0.6663377279710625&z=7&p=urn%3Aogc%3Adef%3Acrs%3AEPSG%3A%3A104903&d=&locale=&b=moon&e=124.14500555035312%2C-3.6326462663888277%2C134.69188035361628%2C2.2999708104467027&sfz=&w=)
[NASA Mars Trek: Jezero Crater Perseverance Rover Landing Area Terrain Model: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4747950 ](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4747950)
You can make models for larger areas easily your self using the 'point, click, drag' "Generate 3D Print file" tool which is built into the [NASA Mars, Moon, Mercury, Vesta & Ceres Treks](https://trek.nasa.gov/). I provide a brief lesson for that built-in web tool in more detail in a [separate Moon Trek 'thingi' https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4732510](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4732510).