Category Archives: Museum Installations

3D Printing Architectural Models in ABS

For the past six years we’ve been making architectural models using our Z-Corp 420 and 650 3D printers which use resin boned powdered gypsum as the build material which are then treated with a hardener. This produces fine white, exhibition … Continue reading

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3D Printing a Medieval Chantry Chapel

It’s easy to forget that some of the most long-lived and durable assets in heritage interpretation are traditional physical models. Architectural models have long been used to convey the appearance, spatial sequences, structure and other aspects of buildings and they … Continue reading

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Digital Heritage Installations

We’ve had a few people ask us how we present our digital fly-throughs of historic buildings and we realized that we’d not actually uploaded any images of installations in museum and visitor centre settings yet so here’s our Greyfriars animation … Continue reading

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