I first saw this remarkable Z-Corporation Spectrum Z510 System full color 3-D CMYK RGB rapid prototyper at FESPA Digital. It was in a booth near that of FLAAR’s.

Then at Sign Spain visual communications show in Madrid (mid-October 2006), I saw the same machine, this time with more architectural examples (shown below).

As an archaeologist, I am rather obviously interested in this kind of digital imaging technology for studying pre-Columbian Mayan art, artifacts, and archaeology.

FLAAR is a digital imaging testing institute, read by about a quarter million photographers, another quarter million artists, and over half a million people interested in wide-format inkjet printers. We are expanding our coverage to CO2 laser engravers and to 3D rapid prototypers. It took several years to cover flatbed and drum scanners and other digital imaging equipment, so we expect it will take us several years to fully cover 3D rapid prototyping equipment, but it’s a pertinent technology for all anthropologists, archaeologists, art historians, architectural historians, and museum curators.

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Z-Corporation Spectrum Z510 System full color 3-D

 

 

First posted Oct 25, 2006.

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