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Parallel striations 3D Model
This is the base of a vessel created by experimental archaeologist Caroline Jeffra, based on a shape from the Aegean Bronze Age. It shows traces of parallel striations, caused by a wire to remove the vessel from the potter’s wheel.
The original pot was produced with the wheel-coiling method as defined by Roux-Courty (1998), shown below. View our blog post about wheel coiling here
Technical details The 3D model was created with the David SLS-3 scanner. The original file size is 664 MB, has a resolution of 0.0996 mm (vertex spacing) and contains 2931370 vertices. The part with the relevant trace(s) was then extracted with 3D modelling software Maxon Cinema4D, upscaled 3 times, and exported to .STL.
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