Ancient replica re-created using high-density urethane

An ancient Roman panel, first created in the year 82, has been re-created using multiple sheets of HDU. Here is the full article – Click here

To create the replica, she converted scans of the panel into CAD files, which she then fed into the CNC machine. The CNC machine, however, is not three-dimensional. So Neathawk printed “slices” of the replica on 6-foot by 8-foot by two-inch-thick pieces of high-density urethane foam, which she glued together to create a three-dimensional piece. All together, she used 26 sheets of the foam.

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