Archaeological and Anthropological Scanning & Replication

Our 3D Print technology is perfectly suited to replicating fragile, rare or hard to move fossils, cultural samples, even educational aides for the fields of archaeology, anthropology and even veterinarian sciences. Easily build or update fossil loan kits or study material with our portable 3D scanning capability combined with our 3D print and shipping.

At 55–60 centimetres in length, Canowindra grossi would have been a prize catch for a time-travelling fisherman. This long-bodied fish had large pectoral fins and a powerful tail which would have been used to propel it through the water. Canowindra lived over 360 million years ago, during the Late Devonian, although it seems to have been quite uncommon: only one fossilised specimen has ever been found, preserved on a slab containing more than 100 other fish. These fossilised fish, and many more, were found near the New South Wales town of Canowindra, 200 km north of Canberra, after which the fossil fish Canowindra takes its name. Digitaly modeled by Travis R. Tischler and 3D Printed by Ellipsis Media.


A 17th century flintlock pistol from the Ottoman Empire in the Balkans. This relic is on display in the Tula Arms Museum in Russia and was 3D scanned and made available for download by Sketchfab. We 3D Printed this full size replica in one piece, in full colour and perfectly captured the wear and tear of the weapon as it truly is at the time of the scan.

Temple of Bel – Palmyra

Temple of Bel at Palmyra - a 3D modelled re-construction of an ancient temple courtesy of ‪#‎newpalmyra at and Bassel Khartabil. Printed dimensions 270mm x 260mm x 130mm. Order your copy of this historic monument from Ellipsis Media.

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