A Simplified Process to 3D Print Topographical
Project Team: Steven Weidner, Wesley Gaskill, Arman Naderi, Pathirat Kosakanchit, Benjamin Eastin, Connor Vidmar, Erik Skeel, and Mercer Peterson
How to 3D Print Topographical Data
Want to make a 3D printed model of your hometown, an island, a mountain, or another recognizable place? You’re in luck! This guide will show you how to start with online topographic data and create a 3D printed model of the region of your choice. The best part is that the process is entirely free as long as you have a computer and access to a 3D printer!
We chose Mount Rainier as our example because Mount Rainier is in our backyard and is visible from our University of Washington campus.
All the details in the PDF: Simplified_Process_to_3D_Print_Topo_Maps