3D Around the World

Articles sourced from around the globe to give you ideas on how you can use the latest in 3D Technology right here in Australia from the Engineers at Wysiwyg 3D How Neil Armstrong’s spacesuit was saved using 3D scanning 3D portraits change students’ perspective at Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired VOLKSWAGEN Establishes Innovation and…

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3D Around the World

Articles sourced from around the globe to give you ideas on how you can use the latest in 3D Technology right here in Australia from the Engineers at Wysiwyg 3D 3D Reality Capture Provides Insight and Enhances Communication 3D portraits change students’ perspective at Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired Next step to preserve Fort…

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Maxim and Sebastian – 3D Printed Superhero's

An amazing Australian first surgery performed by Sydney Surgeon Dr Joe Dusseldorp who needed both 3D Scanning and 3D Printing to provide Maxim followed closely by Sebastian with a 3D printed ear! The custom 3D printed technique has several advantages over the rib technique, can be performed with less pain and time in hospital, it only…

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3D Around the World

Articles sourced from around the globe to give you ideas on how you can use the latest in 3D Technology right here in Australia from the Engineers at Wysiwyg 3D Cebu’s heritage churchesO 3D printing puts bold new face on science Park City Police Consider New 3D Scanning Technology For Event Security 3D Reality Capture Provides…

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New Victorian Office

Wysiwyg 3D Expands with New Victorian Office and is Co-located with our 3D Printing Partners Pro Z 3D Solutions Doug Baird and Sam Steel (both formerly of Keech 3D) head up our Victorian Team. Doug has been involved in the 3D printing industry in Victoria for over 6 years and is an expert in the adaptation of design…

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3D Scanning Mer-Neith-it-es for Nicholson Museum Sydney University

Egyptologists excavate 2,500-year-old mummy and 3D scan Mer-Neith-it-es. The coffin had been at Sydney University for more than 150 years but nobody realised it was full of human remains but ‘Who is inside the coffin?’” investigation lead and Senior Curator Nicolson Museum Dr Jamie Fraser said. “The latest modern technology is being used to try to solve this…

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