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Archaeologists at Eastern Washington University use the HP 3D Structured Light Scanner Pro S3 to get precise measurements of a prehistoric artifact antler foreshaft and projectile point and generate 3D digital models. They hypothesized that the projectile point fits into the foreshaft and the two pieces were used together. However, since the artifacts were very delicate, they couldn’t verify this until they made 3D-printed replicas of the pieces. This increased their understanding of how the tool was created and used. Now this knowledge can be shared further with other researchers as well and the public, who can interact with the digital replicas as well.