Recreating Ancient Heritage Through 3D Printing

In the 19th century, an Austrian mine operator named Johann Georg Ramsauer working near Hallstatt, Austria encountered a sizable prehistoric cemetery containing more than 1,000 burial sites. The graves were…

3D Technologies Restore Damaged Syrian Artifacts, Honor a Fallen Hero

There seems to be no end to the anguish in Syria. Even victories seem to be short-lived; after ISIS militants were driven out of Palmyra last March, it would be…

Curious Travellers: Your Travel Photos Could Help Recreate Heritage Risks Around the World in 3D Print

As a pretty carefree kid growing up in the southeast, I enjoyed the pleasure of many a fun and informative field trip. Those were the best days, where sack lunches…

Statue of Zeus: Stratasys 3D Prints an Ancient Wonder of the World to Mark Olympic Opening

The ancient world was a strange and wonderful place — and chief among the wonders of the time were a series of specially noted Wonders of the World. These seven…

Replicating Artwork in 3D: Is it Ethical to Reproduce Valuable Artwork Destroyed by Terrorists?

I attended a wonderful high school up on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee. The mountain landscape and fresh air were inspiration in themselves, the backdrop for a small campus where…


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