2D printed shaded relief map with 3D effect of a geological map of Alta Cordillera de los Andes (Chile), prepared by Ferran, O.L.G., Martinez, M.V. and published Universidad de Chile, Facultad de Ciencias Fisicas y Matematicas, Instituto de Geologia in 1964.
Our products are 2D prints with 3D effect, so they are FLAT to touch and NOT raised or 3D maps.
You might have the feeling that it is 3D printed, but it is not, it is printed on paper and it is in 2D, so there is not a real relief to touch.
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We start from a 3D models digitally rendered and then we print on high quality paper, to show the relief of the territory, through the elaboration of Digital Elevation Model data.
We don’t have any storage because each item is custom made, printed only when an order is received, to ensure an excellent quality of the paper and ink.
We follow the production of prints in all its steps, communicating directly with the laboratory to which we entrust the printing process.
Your photo is checked by hand, given a protective cover and placed in art-secure packaging.
To avoid issue with carrier, we suggest to our customer to include a mobile phone. In this way if some issues pop on (you are not at home, carrier does not find your address) they can get in touch with you and solve it, without a rescheduling or a return back of print.
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Reconocimiento geologico de la Alta Cordillera de los Andes entre los paralelos 35° y 38° sur. Universidad de Chile, Facultad de Ciencias Fisicas y Matematicas, Instituto de Geologia, Ferran, O.L.G., Martinez, M.V., 1964.
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★ Maps are printed in 2D. They are flat to touch, and not 3D or raised.
★ Maps are to be considered as piece of art and art decor and not as technical map.
★ Frames are not included.
★ Text can be difficult to read due technique used and for small print size.
★ To know more read our FAQ, check our website at vizart.io or contact us by a message.
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We have adopted a range of selected papers to allow a better choice:
★ Photographic papers:
Luster Museum Paper
• 260/220 gsm
• vibrant colors, bright whites, deeper color saturation that matte
• resistant to fingerprints
• vegan and made from sustainable sources
• semi-gloss/velvet finish
★ Cotton paper:
Matte Cotton Paper (Hahnemühle Photo Rag)
• Vegan, plastic free and made from sustainable sources
• 308 gsm, 100% cotton
• characteristic, beautiful defined felt structure
• acid- and lignin-free
• ISO 9706 conform / museum quality for highest age resistance
• matte finish
In any case, if you have no previous experience, we suggest to choose cotton paper or matte for hypsometric images and luster paper for topographic and geologic maps.