3D Printing and Restoring Cultural Relics Model, Digital Repair of Cultural Relics
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris was badly damaged in the fire. It was heartbreaking and it sounded the alarm for the protection of cultural relics at the same time. Notre Dame in Paris was on fire. It would have been better to have three-dimensional scans before. This important cultural relic, in fact, can use 3D scanning technology to scan both inside and outside to get accurate 3D data. Then use a 3D printer to copy a smaller version, which will be very conducive to the repair work. Some experts on cultural relics said that preventive protection and digital protection and utilization are important means to improve the level of protection and utilization of cultural relics. At present, all parts of China are accelerating the digital protection of cultural relics and recording ancient cultural relics with modern science and technology.
In recent years, with the continuous development and maturity of technology, the application of 3D printing in the field of archaeology is deepening. Archaeologists around the world began to use 3D printing technology for the restoration and restoration of cultural relics, which makes many precious relics to be reproduced.
As a leading global technology provider of integrated solutions for 3D printing in the whole industrial chain, Vista has launched a series of high-performance 3D printing equipment and printing materials to provide assistance for the protection of ancient buildings and cultural relics in China. 3D printing technology has very practical value in the restoration or reconstruction of Chinese traditional cultural relics.
Based on the concept of digitalization, 3D printing technology can transform ancient architectural relics into 3D digital model files for preservation, providing data support for future restoration or reconstruction.
In order to obtain accurate data about cultural relics, we can use high-tech three-dimensional laser scanner and other means to describe the shape of the original cultural relics very accurately. The power of digital replication also lies in their digital nature - they can be easily stored, edited and shared around the world.