The National Museum of Australia uses 3D Printing to copy an aboriginal shield

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The National Museum of Australia uses 3D Printing to copy an aboriginal shield

The National Museum of Australia reached 3D Printing Studios to increase the size of an aboriginal shield for visually impaired people to be able to feel the texture of the shield.

This is an excellent demonstration of how the team at 3D Printing Studios can create personalised solutions to a wide range of applications.

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