And Now 3D Printed Ganesha [At Bangalore Metro Station]

Starting today, Bangaloreans can treat themselves to a very distinctive display of Lord Ganesha. 3D printed AshtaVinayaka idols will be displayed at M.G Road Metro Station’s “Rangoli – Metro Art Centre”. The display will be available for public viewing from 28th Aug to 7th Sept 2014.

All the idols were created exclusively through professional 3D Printer. The Ganesha 3D Printed models are created by 3D scanning the idols & then printed in Stratasys FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) & Polyjet technology based 3D Printers, capturing every intricate detail in the idol.

3D Ganesha Padmasana
3D Ganesha Padmasana

The 3D printed Ganesha installation spans 6 feet in height and 5 feet in width, and is an endeavor by Altem company to create awareness about the possibilities of 3D printing amongst the public.

Pune’s famous Shrimant Dagadusheth Halwai idol in 3D Printed Avatar
Pune’s famous Shrimant Dagadusheth Halwai idol in 3D Printed Avatar

 

3D Printed Ashtavinayaka
3D Printed Ashtavinayaka

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