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Lanterns. Practical use of 3D technologies


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I received an order to make parts for the assembly of lanterns for a 3-deck French ship of the late 17th century. First, a 3D project was made. Then the transparent resin inserts were printed. The lid and base were first printed out of resin, then wax-ups were made from them, and finally a brass casting.
You just have to glue the grid of wires and brass strips

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