VentureBeat: 3D printers bring 250-year-old dragon sculptures back to life

VentureBeat: 3D printers bring 250-year-old dragon sculptures back to life. “3D printing is finding new uses, like replacing the lost 250-year-old dragon sculptures at a historic royal palace in the United Kingdom. 3D-printer maker 3D Systems said it has installed 72 large-scale 3D-printed dragons at the Great Pagoda at Kew as part of the final restoration of a palace that was originally built in 1761 during the reign of King George III.”

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