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Archaeological organizations will use the 3D printer IS destroy the Millennium Temple arch reconstruction

2017-06-23

Original title: Archaeological organizations will use the 3D printer IS destroy the Millennium Temple arch reconstruction


  In August this year, 2000, Baer Temple Temple IS extremist organizations located in Syria will be blasted into the ground, the famous Palmyra became the only remnants of the arches in the world, but may soon will be murdered in cold blood. An archaeological organization announced that the world's largest 3D printer will use 3D, through the modern printing technology to the archway "move" the New York Times Square and London's Trafalgar Square.

  According to British media reported on 28, called the digital Archaeology Research Institute (IDA) the organization announced that they will use the world's largest 3D printer, 3D printing technology will be through the modern Palmyra arch "move" the New York Times Square and London's Trafalgar Square.

Destroy anything and rebuild it

  The organization says the project aims to raise concerns about the destruction of monuments by IS organizations in countries such as Syria, Iraq and Libya.

IDA manager Roger Mitchell said: "we want to send a signal to them: what they destroy, we will be able to rebuild what these ancient ruins. A symbol of great value, we are helping to restore human dignity. We choose to rebuild the Palmyra arch expression respects to ancient ruins. Sadly, the original may soon be extremists destroyed"

  The whole of Palmyra, including 4 large Cemetery outside the city, and has since 1980 been included in the world heritage list by UNESCO. UNESCO has said that IS tissue destruction is "anti civilization crime" intolerable.IS extremist organizations also destroy Iraq many historical relics, before attempting to in order to erase the history of Islam, because they said they "against idolatry."

IDA is still working on another project to capture 3D photos of the world's endangered sites so that they can be rebuilt after being destroyed. They have sent more than 5000 inexpensive cameras to volunteers to help with the project.

  In the Palmyra arch was damaged after IDA using archaeological surveys and aerial photographs, even from the tourists in the photo shoot extract details, to make the.IDA organization model is currently building the world's largest 3D printer to print, using powder of different parts of the lightweight material, will not damage the Trafalgar Square landmark of the road.

Some of the components will be made in Shanghai, China, which will then be sent to Italy for processing and finally assembled in New York and London like Lego toys. The arch can be assembled in a day and displayed for a week.


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