July 7, 2020Digitization of a wooden shipwreck with Go!SCAN 3D See the article
This article explains how Creative Tools cloned a thousand-year-old archaeological artifact using a Color Handyscan 3D scanner and a ZPrinter 650 3D printer from Z Corporation.
This project stemmed from a fascinating archaeological finding of a thousand year old Viking belt buckle.
Andreas Johansson from Länsmuseet Halmstad lent us the magnificent artifact that had been found in Kungälv close to Gothenburg in Sweden.
They decided to evaluate a method of duplicating archaeological artifacts and create copies that would be as accurate as possible – down to surface color and texture.