Modern Stone Age tools
Industrial designers Dow Gunchrove and Amy Drach set out to recreate Stone Age tools using modern 3D printing. In achieving maximum similarity in “functionality,” the design duo was assisted by Professor Laurie Grossman from the Department of Archeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Before printing the models on 3D printers, mock-ups of all the tools for scanning were made: rock for axes and knives was found in the desert in southern Israel. After scanning and finalizing the proportions and some technical features, all the details of the guns were printed on a 3D printer.