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The second 3D print of the the stethoscope: head, spring, two ear tubes, and Y piece, printed at the University of Ottawa's Makerspace. 3D printed stethoscope files comes from the Glia Project that can be accessed on Github. Original first 3D printed…

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This is a photograph, taken by Armstrong, Beere & Hime, of mid-nineteenth century Toronto (precisely in 1856). The photograph represents King Street East, a location close to that where James Foster's company was once based.

painting lady.jpg
Caroline Bucknall also kept a visual record of their time in Canada. Here she has illustrated a winter pastime. The Bucknalls enjoyed the winter landscape, describing "brilliant colours which the sun is now changing upon the white landscape. Pink,…

Saskatchewan Surveyors and What Looks Like Red River Carts.jpg
This is a photograph of a team of surveyors seemingly taking break while on their voyages "on the North Saskatchewan." Of particular interest is what look like Red River Carts in the background. It has been noted that Red River Carts were used…

Inclined doll.JPG
Chinese Diagnostic Doll, found in the Touch Medicine section of the Ingenium Canada's Museums of Science and Technology. On loan from the Osler History of Medicine Library at the McGill University in Montreal (Canada).

Erin Scanning.JPG
Erin and Dr.David Pantalony at the 3D Lab in the Ingenium Canada's Museums of Science and Technology.

STL file.JPG
STL file on the museum's computer, of the Chinese Diagnostic Doll, found in the Touch Medicine section of the museum, is on loan from the Osler History of Medicine Library at the McGill University in Montreal (Canada).

Old Version of Doll.JPG
First version of the STL file of the Chinese Diagnostic Doll, found in the Touch Medicine section of the Ingenium Canada's Museums of Science and Technology and on loan from the Osler History of Medicine Library at the McGill University in Montreal…

Slicing.JPG
Final STL file of the Chinese Diagnostic Doll, found in the Touch Medicine section of the Ingenium Canada's Museums of Science and Technology. On loan from the Osler History of Medicine Library at the McGill University in Montreal (Canada).

Failed print.mp4
Video of the first attempt to print the Chinese Doll with the MakerBot Replicator 2 3D printer, at the MakerLab at the University of Ottawa.
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