Learn how we use Creaform “white light” scanners and Stratasys J55 Prime multi-color printing technology to produce lifelike replicas of artifacts. This process is becoming increasingly common with both educational and cultural research institutions, and we are excited to work with schools and universities engaging students with modern cultural preservation efforts!
About the Host
Adam Zelny is AET Labs’ Applications Specialist with proficiency in many digital fabrication and technology systems, including 3D printing, laser cutting, CNC machining, 3D scanning, and robotics. His career began in social services and evolved into teaching technology education to youth and adults. Adam spent several years working with the Technocopia makerspace in Worcester, MA and has worked with schools in the central Massachusetts area to develop hands-on technology events and projects. He has also taught creative writing and music, which he continues to practice in his spare time.