The use of the 3D scanning and printing in the production of replicas
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In December 2013 English Heritage opened the new Stonehenge Visitor Centre to the public, it included displays of original artefacts found at the World Heritage site. However not all of the artefacts considered vital for the visitor centre story were available for exhibition. Three such specimens were owned by Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum. the originals were needed for their own galleries, therefore high quality replicas were required for the Stonehenge displays.
Townsend, A., Buttler, C. and Eggbeer, D. (2015) 'The use of 3D scanning and printing in the production of replicas', ICON News, 58.
Article published in ICON News on 01 May 2015, freely available at: https://icon.org.uk.
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