Category Archives: 3D Scanning and Printing

Printing Insects, Printing Small

I am beginning to think about the next new horizon with which to use our 3D scanning/printing station. The bird models for the Connecticut Bird Hall are getting close to being completed and I will shift my focus to the … Continue reading

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Digital Project Accomplished!

The final four digital sandpipers were approved and installed this past Tuesday, April 11. Also, the Merlin carving is finished and awaits paint (and feet!).

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Three D Experiments

Collin and I are wrapping up our Blended Realities grant proposal to produce four different species of sandpipers from one scan of a taxidermied bird. Today, he is painting the final touches on the last one, the White-rumped Sandpiper. When … Continue reading

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The First Digital Bird Lands

Collin Moret and I installed our first digital bird model into the Connecticut Bird Hall, a non-breeding Baird’s Sandpiper. The CT Bird Hall is an exhibit of taxidermied bird specimens found on the official CT bird list. We have been … Continue reading

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A New Toy

I have a HP Sprout 3D Imaging/workstation with a Dremel 3D printer. I submitted a grant proposal in November to a project called Blended Realities spearheaded by the Yale School of Architecture¬†in¬†collaboration with Hewlett Packard to help Yale faculty and … Continue reading

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