Paleonet: 3D printing companies

Ciampaglio, Chuck chuck.ciampaglio at
Mon Dec 18 23:04:12 UTC 2017

Phil what is the size of the specimens, the resolution you are looking for, and material that you would like to use? Chuck

Chuck Ciampaglio, Ph.D.
Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Director of Science, Math, and Engineering Unit
Wright State University - Lake Campus
7600 Lake Campus Drive
Celina, OH 45822
Office #419-586-0357

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Sent: Monday, December 18, 2017 3:14 PM
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Subject: Paleonet: 3D printing companies

Hi all,

Does anyone have experience with, or recommendations for, professional
3D printing companies that can print high-resolution objects in a range
of materials? We're looking to 3D print some museum-quality turtle
specimens. Our 3D scanner files are decently high resolution, but we're
not pleased with the downgraded resolution of the typical
over-the-counter 3D printers. I'm hoping a professional company can do
better, and in a wider range of materials.


  Phil Novack-Gottshall, PhD
  Associate Professor                   pnovack-gottshall at
  Department of Biological Sciences
  Benedictine University
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  Lisle, IL 60532

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  Anne Baysinger (Birck 130)

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