3D Printing a ‘Pilgrim Rabbit’

Pilgrim Rabbit photo by Hannah Rice
Pilgrim Rabbit corbel carving at St Mary’s Church, Beverley. Photo by Hannah Rice.

Last Christmas, myself and Si decided to purchase a 3D printer- it is definitely worth it if you have ever considered bringing your digital models to life as tangible objects. The first thing I wanted to print was my Pilgrim Rabbit, a medieval, architectural carving from St Mary’s Church in Beverley which I photographed and created a model using photogrammetric techniques. The print took 4 hours and works by layering PLA filament through a nozzle- it’s amazing to watch the process and there will be more to come!

Here is a quick video of the 3D printing process for my Pilgrim Rabbit:

Pilgrim Rabbit, Beverley, 3D print by Hannah Rice

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