History has a tendency to repeat itself in the most meticulous ways. While 3D printing is in its infancy, Education Makers have been pushing the boundaries of making using this disruptive technology to make objects that draw from medieval times, such as chain maille, textured fabrics, tools, dragons and castles.
The Medieval 3D Slices project emerged out of the passion and dedication of Education Makers who like to hang around MilieuxMake to tinker. Through this series, Education Makers have pushed the boundaries of their 3D printers and 3D printing itself. Through innovating with 3D slicing software, such as Cura, Education Makers are brining back slices from the past.