Spain’s National Archaeological Museum and Acciona Presented The First Romanesque Arch Printed in 3D

Collections of objects are normally exhibited behind enclosed glass displays to prevent people from touching them. Considering these objects are fragile and have a great historical value, museums have to…

Addressing Planned Obsolescence with 3D Printing

Imagine that you had invented a thingamajig that was widely recognized to be of high quality and very useful. Soon, everyone was buying one and your hard-earned investment was paying…

Saving Ancient Bashkir Clothing & Culture With 3D Printing

The majority of the people of the Bashkir tribe live in the plains between the Volga River and the Ural Mountains, and modern members of the tribe are struggling to…


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