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Jurassic Park Meets 3D Printing

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Image credit School of Industrial Engineering Dinosaur models in museums are rarely real bone; it is too fragile. most of them are made by clay modelling, molding and casting. It is expensive and time consuming and can be hard on the original fossils. But this is changing; David at Ponoko describes how palaeontologists from Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History is now printing out dinosaurs. ... Read the full story on TreeHugger






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