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A collection of 3D scans from various sources for free download. All print ready!

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Over the last few years we have been 3D scanning objects and artworks from museums, collections and natural environments and making them freely downloadable without copyright restrictions on the website www.threedscans.com .

The hope in offering downloads like these and ongoing access to so many works of art is that people around the world will also be inspired to create and innovate on their own.

We're always interested in how people re-interpret and re-configure objects and characters and want to share these with makers, animators, artists, designers or anyone else who finds an interest and use of 3D scans.

Enjoy.

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