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3D printed realism from Stratasys helps bring ancient artefacts to life

3D printed realism from Stratasys helps bring ancient artefacts to life

Written by David

February 11, 2019

Underscoring the power of realism in 3D printed models, Stratasys (Nasdaq: SSYS) and Google Arts and Culture are re-imagining some of the world’s most cherished artefacts and historical monuments through additive manufacturing. Backed by advanced color and multi-material functionality of the Stratasys J750 3D Printer, historians can now re-create these items digitally and physically – raising both awareness and accessibility of ancient history. MINNEAPOLIS & REHOVOT, Israel … Google Arts and Culture is capitalizing on Stratasys technology for its Open Heritage Project – designing and creating historical pieces with multi-material and multi-color 3D printed prototypes. With 3D printing, these remains can be more effectively preserved and shared– with files available for download around the world. The result is enhanced accessibility, in-depth understanding, and enriched appreciation of centuries-old cultures. “The project was to explore physically making these artefacts in an effort to get people hooked and excited about seeing pieces […]

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