The advancement of 3D printing technology has revolutionized various industries, offering incredible possibilities in the realm of creativity and replication. 1:25 scale replica of Gediminas’ Castle Tower in Vilnius was precisely reproduced using FDM 3D printing technology and PETG material.

The first step in this ambitious project involved the creation of a detailed 3D model of Gediminas’ Castle Tower. Skilled designers meticulously recreated every intricate detail, ensuring accuracy in the replica’s dimensions and architectural features. With the 3D model prepared, the FDM 3D printing technology came into play. We used “Modix Big 60” large-scale 3D printers. PETG was chosen as the printing material due to its durability and reliability.

The FDM process allowed for cost-effective and time-efficient production, ensuring a high level of detail in the final product. The replica tower was meticulously painted using real-life colors to enhance its authenticity. Skilled artisans employed their expertise to replicate the colors and textures of the original Gediminas’ Castle Tower, breathing life into the 3D-printed creation.

Today, this impressive 3D-printed copy of Gediminas’ Castle Tower can be admired in a miniatures park. The project serves as a testament to the incredible possibilities that 3D printing offers in preserving and showcasing our cultural heritage.

Photos by: 3D Creative, customer, Irmanto Gelūno BNS

3D printing technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

3D printing material: PETG

Size (mm):  650 x 650 x 700