Copy of particularly old sculpture was created after the order of one Lithuanian museum. In order to complete the request, we used 3D scanning, 3D printing technologies and special surface coatings for concrete texture.
The sculpture was scanned using an extremely accurate "Artec Eva" 3D scanner. The 3D model was divided into 24 parts and printed by the best in the world 2017 desktop 3D printer - "Zortrax M200". The model was printed of Z-Ultrat plastic. The printed parts were connected with special technology.
Such a way of duplicating the sculpture allowed the museum to have a particularly precise copy of the original sculpture, which would be inseparable from the original one. This is the fastest and most accurate way to make 3D scanning of sculptures and 3D printing of sculptures.
3D printing material: Z-Ultrat plastic
3D printing technology: Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
Product size (mm): 430 x 220 x 560