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monument filled.jpg
This diagram shows how in the 20th century the original cast-iron monuments were reset with cement to stabilize them.

painting sketch mail.jpg
Estcourt kept a sketchbook and journal during the joint boundary commission. Here he shows a man writing by candlelight in his tent, with survey equipment at his side. It took several weeks for mail to cross the Atlantic by ship, and Estcourt always…

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

Ponton's Survey Notes pg 2.jpg
This is a page taken from A. W. Ponton's accounts of surveying that he conducted in the Northwest Territories in 1884. At this time, extensive surveying was being undertaken in the regions of Manitoba and the Northwest Territories, aided in part by…

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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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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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).

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Ali's first attempt of printing pieces for stethoscope using Ultimaker printer.

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…

video-1523930299.mp4
Travelling to the University of Calgary in order to print a 3D Model of the Bladder Cancer
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