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3D scanning and printing are transforming archaeology and cultural heritage preservation in ways we’ve never been able to do before.
How does 3D printing work? We attempt to explain the basics, from a computer-controlled hot glue gun to fancy machines that print in metal.
We explore how 3D scanning could help you win a case, including the ability to scan delicate objects and scenarios to use as evidence.
We explore whether 3D printing may be the future of manufacturing and the advantages nad disadvantages it offers.
We explore how 3D scanning converts physical objects into virtual ones, while 3D printing makes digital models physical.
We explore how 3D printing changes product design by accelerating product development and allows for rapid prototyping.