3D Printing

Thanks to 3D printing, we now have the ability to use a physical representation of any artifact in the world as a teaching tool. This provides some unparalleled opportunities for educators and for public archaeologists in particular.

However, while the technology is constantly getting better and cheaper, 3D printers still require a significant time investment. Guides under this page will help to ease the learning curve by pooling resources and experience from the 3D Public Archaeology Working Group members.