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VCU Archaeology

MakerBot Replicator is in the House!

This week the Virtual Curation Laboratory at VCU had a new “member” join–the MakerBot Replicator.  With  considerable care and attention from VCU archaeology student Allen Huber, we got the MakerBot Replicator busy working on creating resin replicas of archaeological items–after we tested the MakerBot using a shark toy model.  Expect to see plenty of interesting items featured on our blog in the future and soon some of the artifacts we have been imaging with our Next Engine 3D scanner.






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3 thoughts on “MakerBot Replicator is in the House!

  1. Was that a shark or contents of its stomach?

    Posted by Kevin Kiernan | April 13, 2012, 8:25 am
  2. That was absolutely awesome!

    Posted by victoriavalentine | April 13, 2012, 4:58 pm

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