Are you the owner or caretaker of unique pieces of art, history, or other types of artifacts? Would you like to loan, display, or otherwise share this artifact with others but aren't sure about the risks?
Please consider artifact duplication. Using a combination of high definition 3D scanning and state of the art full color 3D printing, we can make a very detailed copy of your artifact or artwork. Through the use of 3D scanning, we avoid the side effects of traditional mold-based duplication methods. This allows us to perform the scans in a secure area of your choice during which the only thing that touches your artifact is a low wattage laser. Once the scan is complete, you will have a digital ‘back-up” of your object. With scanning detail in the sub 100 micron range, an immense amount of detail can be captured. This not only insures an accurate physical representation, but can also be helpful in the study of the object. Full color 3D printing allows us to make secondary, watermarked copies of the artifact or artwork at almost any scale.
With scanning detail in the sub 100 micron range, an immense amount of detail can be captured. This not only insures an accurate physical representation, but can also be helpful in the study of the object.
Full color 3D printing allows us to make secondary, watermarked copies of the artifact or artwork at almost any scale.
• Full size copies to allow study at universities or museums
• ¼ scale giveaways to share with friends and acquaintances
• Scaled up version for art installations or other events
• Distribute legacy items between family members so that everyone can enjoy a commonly shared piece of history or art
Think A Little Bigger, LLC would like to help you make physical and digital copies of your most precious physical items. Our technicians and artists will make sure that every item created will be a true copy, capturing the essence of the original. Artifact duplication is a non-invasive, cost effective way of “backing up” physical objects and ensuring that you and yours can continue to enjoy the presence of these valuable pieces for many years to come.
While many of our projects are protected under non-disclosure agreements (which we will be happy to sign for any of our customers), the following is an example from a client that has allowed us to share the results.
Cahokia Crawfish (Circa 1200 C.E.)
Made of a region-specific flint clay, this artifact traveled almost a thousand miles before being discovered in a Spanish fort and held in private hands for almost a century. Recently duplicated and with copies presented to several museums, the public is now able to view this lost treasure.
Please contact us for a free consultation about securing the legacy of your valued possessions.