THE USE OF 3D-SCANNING AND ADDITIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR DOCUMENTATION AND CREATING PHYSICAL COPIES OF PRINTS FROM THE COLLECTION OF SPBF ARAN
The paper describes the creation of a 3D archive and physical copies of prints. A way of restoring prints is pro-posed, based on creation of a special matrix that is obtained by a combined use of 3D scanning technology and additive technologies. Print sampling was performed using an optical 3D-scanner operating on the basis of structured light. The technique of computer processing, necessary for loading the 3D model, obtained as a result of 3D-scanning, into the 3D-printer microprocessor is discussed in detail. The creation of a print replica and a restoration matrix was performed by using the laser 3D printers employing the technology of laser stereolithog-raphy. The print reproducing accuracy was estimated by comparing its 3D model with 3D model of the replica. The experiments proved the basic capability of creating 3D archives and prints reproducing.
Authors: A. A. Galushkin, S. L. Gonobobleva, A. A. Zhuravlev, V. A. Parfenov, Yu. V. Filatov
Direction: Instrument Engineering and Information-Measurement Technologies
Keywords: 3D archive, print reproducing, 3D-scanning, additive technology
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