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Concept Laser rider of unlingen

State Office for the Preservation of Monuments on the Stuttgart regional board.

Concept Laser, the German 3D printing company, has used one of its Mlab cusing machines to produce a copy of a bronze horse rider figure from an early Celtic chieftain’s grave near Unlingen, Germany. Read more

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Europac 3D enlisted to scan the mysterious London Stone by the Museum of London in order to solve a mystery that has plagued archaeologists for hundreds of years. Read more

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London's Natural History Museum collaborates with Voxeljet's Propshop to 3D scan and print rare dinosaur skeleton for scientific research. Read more

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50 feet tall dinosaur 3D printed with a Stratasys machine to demonstrate the possibilities of 3D printing living history. Read more

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Three overlapping fossils

The Smithsonian Institute

Only 1% of the 137 million objects in The Smithsonian Institute's collection is viewable by the public — but a new digitisation programme could put and end to that, as Dan O'Connor investigates. Read more

Daniel O'Connor's Blog

Church of St Maria Maddalena, Rome

By Lalupa, via Wikimedia Commons

FARO 3D scanning technology has been used to record the exact dimensions of historic architecture and decorative edifices in Rome as part of a Masters degree programme. Read more

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Smithsonian Wright Flyer

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The Smithsonian Institute is carrying out a mammoth project to capture its entire collection using 3D scanning. Read more

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Canadian start-up Matterform will be exhibiting at International CES 2014 for the first time in January to launch its new stand-alone 3D scanner. TCT Magazine caught up with the team. Read more

Events

Experts from the University of Leicester used 3D scanning and 3D printing to bring two Tudor tombs back from the dead. Read more

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