Virtual Archaeology

3D Perspectives

CyArk trains groups around the world to help identify vulnerable sites and embark on the process of digital preservation. Many of these teams are being trained in war-torn areas such as Syria and Iraq, where there is a significant risk of conflict having an impact on artifacts.

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3D Printing in Archeology: Preserving our Heritage

Shapeways Blog

Now that we understand the intersection between 3D printing and archeology (and even the process to 3D print an archaeological relic), let’s take a look at some real-world applications of this process.

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Design, Engineering, and Innovation: How U.S. …

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From the first spark of a product design concept to a process adaptation that solves a manufacturing problem, innovation takes many forms. “We’re using many standard manufacturing processes that are done to extremely tight tolerances in miniaturized fashion.

U.S. Senator Udall Advances Funding for Construction at NM Military Bases, NM Veterans

Additive Manufacturing

Udall has led efforts to close the backlog of veterans’ disability claims, and worked to include an increase of $148 million to expedite processing by hiring additional staff.

BPC's Day at the White House Maker Faire

Tales of a 3D Printer

Dula Parkinson , Beamline Scientist, for patiently mentoring me during my IISME summer 2013 internship and having the vision to design and implement our November 2013 ALS experience, as well as his continued support through the data analysis / printing process.

Special report: Automation puts jobs in peril

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Positions that involve a substantial amount of predictable work, such as data processing, could succumb to automated software and artificial intelligence. Audits may go from an annual process to a continuous action. By Nathan Bomey, USA Today.