5. Make or order your 3D prints
a. Commercial suppliers are available, as are hack spaces in some cities, or you can purchase/use your own 3D printer.
b. You can often opt for lower-quality materials than you think you might need.
6. Prepare your 3D-printed objects.
a. File down any rough edges or sharp surfaces.
b. Securely attach each 3D print to the top of its own acrylic box (vitrine) measuring approximately 20 x 20 x 10 cm.
c. Mount the object’s tracker in its box, and leave easy access to keep the trackers charged.
d. For a vitrine that will hold scans without prints, mount the tracker and leave easy access as above.
Go on to The Virtual.