Re: 3D Printing of Photograph with Oil Painting Relief Effect - 3D Print like Carbon Process

From: Andrew Werby <>
Date: Fri, 08 Aug 2014 11:17:27 -0700

This might call for a Mcor machine. It prints on layers of ordinary
paper and laminates them to form a 3D object. There would be more
stair-stepping in the relief that you'd see on a gelatin print, but the
blacks would be black, the grays would be gray and the whites would be
white. Here's a link: ; they
can probably refer you to a service bureau.

Andrew Werby

On 8/7/2014 3:01 PM, Mustafa Umut Sarac wrote:
> Hello there,
> I am an photographer who wants to print his photographic prints with
> 3D printer.I want to add these photographic prints have a gelatin
> relief , blacks are thicker , greys are less thick and highlights the
> least.If I want to do it at my lab , it is highly toxic process.
> I want a company print these files but I dont have a idea how 3d
> printer prints the tones and the relief.How many tones can a printer
> could give , how much the relief would be precise , which company can
> print such a print ? I know there is van gogh prints but no access is
> possible .
> Thank you for your interest ,
> Mustafa Umut Sarac
> Istanbul
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