Want To Print Your Own Fossils? This Database Has The 3D Plans For Them
Aug 27, 2013 11:47
A new database of fossils from the British Geological Survey has the necessary files for you to 3D print fossils yourself. Now you can have your own museum. Of sorts.
The database has thousands of images of fossils you can zoom in and out and rotate and even interact with on screen. Thanks to downloadable .ply and .obj files, you can use them on a 3D printer. You can even search from a period of time.
According to the British Geological Survey, they have an estimated three million specimens in its collection, though not all are online just yet. They are currently adding more images every day.
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