The much published event showcasing 3D Printed Maharashtra’s Ashta Vinayaka at Rangoli metro centre Bangalore, India comes to an end today. This news got covered by major dailies in India and quite a few industry news portals abroad in countries like Italy, Germany, Taiwan, China, Japan, US, UK etc. A regional television in Bangalore also covered the event quite promptly. Displaying some of the snaps hereunder for those who are interested.
The installation is an endeavour by Altem to create awareness about the possibilities of 3D Printing amongst the public. All the idols were created exclusively through professional 3D Printer. The Ganesha 3D Printed models are created by 3D scanning the idols with Artec 3D Scanner & then printed in Stratasys FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) & Polyjet technology based 3D Printers, capturing every intricate detail in the idol.