3D Printing

Bringing Life to Art


Bringing 3d printing to Art & Sculpture in India

3d Model Stream

These are the 3d model of Masterpeices from around the world.


French school

Bust of Aragonese infant

Renaissance Art


Baroque Art


Neoclassicism Art

Ignazio Francesco Marabitti

Baroque Art

Portrait of Lucio Cecilio Giocondo

Neoclassicism Art

Bust of a noblewoman

Neoclassicism Art

Antonio Ugo

Bambino che piange

Smiling Child

Neoclassicism Art


Novabeans | Bringing Art to Life

  • Art meets 3D Printing

    The best art from our past could be the force driving and inspiring our future, leaving the caveaux of museum and private collections to enter our every day lives, through the power of 3D printing technologies. Novabeans in joint venture with its Italian partner Artficial is bringing western art models from the classical Greek period, through to the Renaissance, Islamic, Asian, African and Hebrew artifacts to India. Each sculpture has been carefully 3D scanned and 3D modeled into a perfect virtual replica using latest and most sophisticated 3d printing technology.

    Through collaborations with our partner, Indian art galleries, Indian designers, Indian sculptors and Indian museums, the Novabeans’s team is aspiring to bringing several perfectly reproduced 3D models of priceless works of Indian art, from different historical periods and cultural locations of India and abroad. This service is also avaibale to Indian schools and colleges via Novabeans 3d printing educational packs subscription.

    • Using professional 3D printing technologies, the sculptures from the museums and private collections can be reproduced to fit individual taste, desires and styles. Users can select the artwork of choice and visualize in a stylish setting; selecting different sizes and materials.

      At launch the service offers replicas of selected works in both laser sintered nylon (polyamide) and cured transparent resin, with each material available in several different colors. Additional customization options, including casted and direct metal 3D printing, will be integrated gradually.

      Novabeans with its international partner began in its quest of democratizing art by developing a “cradle of technology” which will be set up inside several world museums within some of the world’s most visited and important cultural and historical sites. Visitors can pick up exact miniature replicas of the classic artworks present in each site. Through our platform they will also be able to create a customized replica of the artworks and have it delivered to their homes.

      By progressively taking some of the most valuable examples from humanity’s artistic and cultural heritage into the future of manufacturing, Novabeans with its eco-system will make the past of human creativity more accessible than ever, inspiring a new era for artistic expression. By passing DNA on to the next generations, humanity assures the survival of its species. Through 3D printing it can assure the survival of its essence.
  • Sculptures made in Polyamide

    Polyamide has a sandy, granular look, and has a slightly porous surface. Our sculptures made in Polyamide are 3d printed with Selective Laser Sintering printing technology. The Sculptures are printed layer by layer by a laser that draws thin lines in the powder, which melts and bonds it together in order to form a thin layer of the model. After a layer is printed, a new layer of fresh powder is spread over the surface by a roller. The printer has a print chamber that is heated to just below the melting point of the powder; the laser beam adds the extra energy to melt the powder, forming a solid Sculpture.
  • Sculptures made in Transparent Resin

    Transparent Resin is a strong, hard, stiff, water-resistant by nature, and of course, transparent material. Our sculptures made in Resin are 3d printed with Stereolithography printing technology.

    The process takes place in a large tank, and begins when a layer of liquid polymer is spread over a platform. This machine then uses a computer-controlled laser to draw the first layer onto the surface of a liquid polymer, which hardens where struck by the laser. The Sculpture is then lowered and the next layer is then drawn directly on top of the previous one. This is repeated until the Sculpture is finished. In this way, layer-by-layer, an object is “drawn” in the liquid by the beam, with the layers being consolidated throughout the process.

    • When the object is complete, it is raised out of the tank via the supporting platform – much like a submarine rising to the surface of the water – with the excess liquid flowing away. The supports are removed manually after the model is taken from the machine.
  • Other Materials Possibilities

    Polyamide (PA)A strong and flexible material with a high level of detail
    Alumide (AL)A polyamide-like material with a distinctive look
    Multi-colour (MC)A full colour plaster
    High detail resin (RE)Lovely fine details on this photopolymer
    Paintable resin (RE)Beautiful when painted. Water-resistant. If it has to be flawless
    Transparent resin (RE)See through
    Titanium (TI)Light and the strongest 3D printing material in the world
    Stainless steel (ST)Not your grandmother’s stainless steel
    Silver (AG)Sterling silver
    Gold (AU)Choice of 14 and 18 carat solid gold
    Prime Gray (PG)Very smooth, detailed and “luxurious” to the touch
    Brass (BS)Copper and Zinc, united as one
    Bronze (BZ)What did you expect after gold and silver?
    Ceramics (CE)A food safe material that shines like no other
    High detailed stainless steel (HS)High grade stainless steel with a superb level of detail
    Rubber-like (RL)A strong, high-flexible and durable material
    Paper (CHO)Light weight
    Silicone (SI)Translucent and flexible
    Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)Stong & tough, heighest level of dimensional accuracy plastic
    Polylactic acid (PLA)Biodegradable plastic made of corn starch
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