RE: Statue Help

From: Diana Borja (
Date: Wed Jul 26 2000 - 19:38:04 EEST

One of the amazing applications that this industry experiences every single
day! This is such an exciting place to be.

If a laser digitizer/3D scanner can capture the point cloud of a small
replica, this data can be interpreted with Geomagic Studio to any size (a
small key chain or a 450 foot statue) with the output IGES file.

Does rubbing the tummy of such a big Buddha give one MORE luck?

Diana Borja
Raindrop Geomagic
One Model, One Process, Multiple Outputs

-----Original Message-----
From: []On Behalf
Of Ed Lambourne
Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2000 11:01 AM
To: 'Rapid Prototyping List (E-mail)'
Subject: RE: Statue Help

Craig's request for information made me think that some
of you might be interested a similar project that Delcam is
involved in but on a much larger scale. The Maitreya Buddha
will be three times the height of the Statue of Liberty!

The project is described on Delcam's web site (You can go straight to the relevant page

There are parallels with Craig's project as the starting point is
a small scale statue that is being reverse engineered with the help
of Delcam's CopyCAD, PowerSHAPE, PowerMILL and PowerINSPECT software

Ed Lambourne

Ed LAMBOURNE Delcam plc
Technical Director Small Heath Business Park, Birmingham, B10 0HJ, UK
Tel:+44(0)121-766-5544 Fax: +44(0)121-766-5511 Mobile: +44 (0)7775 642817
> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> []On Behalf
> Of Craig Banke
> Sent: 26 July 2000 14:12
> To: Rapid Prototyping List (E-mail)
> Subject: Statue Help
> Hello everyone,
> Would anyone know the most economical way to do this? We
> have a customer
> that brought us a 12 inch clay model and they are wanting to
> make it into a
> 12 foot bronze statue. We do have access to digitize the
> model but are
> unsure of a way to reproduce it economically. Please email
> me or call with
> any suggestions. Thanks in advance.
> With Regards,
> Craig Banke
> Design Concepts In 3D
> 1111 S.E. Broadway DR
> Lee's Summit, MO 64081
> Voice: (816) 246-2147
> fax: (816) 246-2149
> email:
> or contact
> Brad Hauptmann
> (816) 246-2148
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