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Scientists Using 3D Printing In Nakuru, Reconstruction Of The 1500 Year Old's Temple
Dec 26, 2018

Bolivia, an ancient Inca city using 3D printing fragments of the building model reconstruction.


Located in Bolivia has 1500 years of history in the west of the western Pumapunku temple is Bolivia's warner's near the library's part of the repository site, and is considered by the incas as the birth of the parts of the world.Is considered to be the time of the architectural marvel (A.D. 500-950), Pumapunku robbed in the past 500 years, including 150 of the rest of the original building blocks are not to stay in the original position.Now it has to use 3D printing with the rest of the fragment.

Scientists say that the same technology can be used to restore the ancient city of Syria Palmyra (Palmyra) or Angkor Wat in Cambodia (Angkor Wat) temple.Ancient city of palmyra partly destroyed by ISIS.


                                    Ancient ruins in the library of 3D printing model

Using the historical data, 3D printing and software architecture, from the university of California, Berkeley, archaeologists Alexei Vranich created a mathematical model for 3D printing micro construction debris, to rebuild Pumapunku building in wana repository site.

Dr Vranich said: "here is a major challenge, Pumapunku most of the stone is too big, can't move, and the research achievements of others before provides us with complex and cumbersome data, these data are hard to visualize.""The purpose of our project is to transform these data into our hands and brain can grasp things."Print micro 3D model of stone, we can quickly processing and remodeling, trying to rebuild the structure.



"It is possible to use 3D printing fragments of the model can help the other historical sites, such as Angkor Wat in Cambodia, or are the victims of the recent damage, such as Syria palmyra."