Work in the field of 3D technology gives us the privilege to constantly team up with representatives of various professions and industries and contribute to their unique and noteworthy projects. This time, we are sharing an art project during which we recreated an original copy of a human bust.

We received an original bust from France and used a combination of two professional handheld Artec LEO and Artec Space Spider 3D scanners to scan it as the statue itself is quite large yet consists of small and rich details, such as face elements. After that, we printed a 3D scanned identical bust copy with a precise SLA technology-based Form 3L printer. For printing, we used Gray V4 resin, which ensures an impeccable surface finish. Finally, we painted the 3D printed bust in white and prepared it for the exposition. 3D scanning and printing allow us to produce very high-quality and unique products in a short amount of time and at a low cost compared to other traditional manufacturing methods. This copy of the original bust is exhibited in the Vilna Gaon Museum of Jewish History and can be viewed and touched, thus allowing blind people to get to know this artwork too.

3D printing technology: SLA
Material: Gray V4 resin
Size (length x width x height): 198 x 220 x 252mm