DESIGN, SCAN AND 3D PRINTING FOR RESTORATION AND CULTURAL HERITAGE

The course aims to transfer useful knowledge to design and implement systems to safeguard cultural and archaeological heritage. The aim of the course is to provide participants with a scenario of the most common tools and working techniques. For example, the phases will be traced for a scan, digitalization and 3D printing of small art objects that require restoration, digital archiving or redevelopment in whole or in part.
Moreover, during the course, we will demonstrate a scan of small archaeological finds and illustrate the various phases that can lead to its reproduction with digital manufacturing techniques.

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Friday 12 October
From 6.00 pm to 7.00 pm
Area Worshop CAD 1 pav. 6
Sunday 14 October
From 2.00 pm to 3.00 pm
Area Worshop CAD 1 pav. 6
DESIGN, SCAN AND 3D PRINTING FOR RESTORATION AND CULTURAL HERITAGE

Maurizio Cimmino

Graduate in civil engineering, he has always followed with great interest the most innovative projects and achievements, in the field of 3D modeling and printing in Italy. His personal experiences include participation at the Maker Faire Rome 2017 where he presented the Rain EcoPower project. The project presented consists of energy recovery from rainwater through micro-hydroelectric plant with elements of the system made with 3D printing.


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