3D Cardboard Puzzle–Clovis Point

This is great! Thanks Zac.

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Have you ever wanted to make a 3D cardboard puzzle of a Clovis point? Now you can! Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to scan a selection of Clovis points from the Blackwater Draw NHS, and those will soon be available (open access) for download. In the meantime, you can build your own Clovis point (and/or share the experience with your children, students, colleagues and friends), modeled from LA3324-25313 (above), and made available here as a 3D puzzle.

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To build the model, simply download the instructions (here), then print them on an 8.5 x 11″ piece of paper, paste that piece of paper on whatever remnants of a cardboard box is most accessible, cut them out, then assemble (note – glue helps, but s not required)! While it does not give you all of the rich detail that we captured in the 3D scan, it will give you a feel for…

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About George Crawford

archaeologist, archer, primitive technologist, and wannabee musician ... mostly
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