Archaeology Students at USQ Benefit from 3D Printing

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Professors Bryce Barker and Ken Uda of the University of Southern Queensland note that 3D printing has made its way into archaeology classes, offering students the opportunity to get more hands-on interaction with artifacts. Ellipsis Media, USQ’s Print Services business unit, offers technology including 3D Systems’ Projet 660Pro 3D printer as well as the Artec Eva, Structure Sensor and the NextEngine Ultra HD laser scanners.

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