3D printing and CT scanning combine to produce a highly detailed replica or a Sumatran rhino's skull. Read more

Google Arts and Culture Strat J750

Fiona Roberts

Google Arts and Culture are leveraging Stratasys’ J750 full colour 3D printing system to reconstruct a host of historical monuments through its Open Heritage Project. Read more


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Credit: University of Warwick/ Oxford University Museum of Natural History.

Assistant Editor, Sam Davies reports on a tour of Warwick Manufacturing Group where 3D technologies are uncovering new facts and curious fates. Read more


Materialise is helping to bring a life-size mammoth skeleton replica to the city of Lier, Belgium using its Mammoth Stereolithography 3D printers. Read more


3D Systems On Demand Manufacturing and Historic Royal Palaces team up to recreate Read more


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


Smithsonian Wright Flyer

Copyright: The Smithsonian Institute

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


RRS Discovery

By Julian Nitzsche, via Wikimedia Commons

Two unrelated Scottish projects are serving to showcase how 3D scanning can be applied in conservation and heritage projects. Read more


A replica of the historic Liebknecht portal has been made possible thanks to 3D printing and 3D scanning technologies. Read more

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


Sydney Opera House

By Pavel (Flickr: Waiting for Jessica Watson), via Wikimedia Commons

World Heritage Sites and cities are getting the 3D scanning treatment, as the technology is applied in preservation projects. Read more