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3D Printing the World

3D Printing the World

  • Date02 June 2021

Developing Geophysical Teaching Materials

Are you curious what the Earth feels like in your hand?

Do you want to feel the structures inside the Earth?

Check out this new paper on “3D printing the world” published in Frontiers in Earth Science!

Paula Koelemeijer presents a workflow to convert global geophysical fields into 3D printable objects for use in outreach and education.

Want to make your own Earth model as 3D print? Check out the resources on Github here:

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