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Description: Presented at the 2017 Code4Lib South Central Conference. This presentation provides an overview of the 3Dhobed project, including the process of 3D scanning, modeling, and printing hand moulds for book history instruction.
Date: August 11, 2017
Creator: Jacobs, Courtney E.; McIntosh, Marcia & O'Sullivan, Kevin
Partner: UNT Libraries

3Dhotbed: Harnessing 3D Technologies and Data to Teach the History of the Book

Description: Presentation at the 2017 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries. This presentation includes the case study of developing 3D models of the tools, hosting the resulting data in the digital library, and the pedagogical opportunities the project has afforded.
Date: May 24, 2017
Creator: McIntosh, Marcia; Jacobs, Courtney E. & O'Sullivan, Kevin
Partner: UNT Libraries

3DHotbed Project 2017-2018 Update

Description: Presentation for the 2018 Day of Digital Humanities at the University of North Texas Libraries. This presentation provides an overview of the 3D History of the Book Education (3D Hotbed) project and an update on future developments.
Date: March 6, 2018
Creator: McIntosh, Marcia; Jacobs, Courtney E. & O'Sullivan, Kevin
Partner: UNT Libraries

Beyond Makerspaces: Fabricating a Bibliographic Community

Description: This presentation focuses on the 3Dhotbed collection's goal of creating a bibliographic community. The team discusses their challenges of broadening the project while ensuring quality metadata and long-term preservation. It was presented at the Digital Library Federation Forum held in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 15-17, 2018.
Date: October 16, 2018
Creator: Jacobs, Courtney E.; McIntosh, Marcia & O'Sullivan, Kevin
Partner: UNT Libraries

Book History Meets 3D: The 3Dhotbed Project

Description: This presentation is an overview of the 3Dhotbed Project that seeks to enhance book history instruction by providing access to affordable teaching tools and related materials for pedagogical purposes. It was presented at the Born to Be 3D: Digital Stewardship of Intrinsic 3D Data conference held by the Library of Congress on November 2, 2018.
Date: November 2, 2018
Creator: McIntosh, Marcia; Jacobs, Courtney E. & O'Sullivan, Kevin
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset: Complete typecasting teaching tool set]

Description: 3D dataset model of a moveable hand mould, matrix, punch, and type piece for a majiscule sans serif B. This dataset includes all the files necessary to print an entire set of the typecasting teaching toolkit in one file: the two-part handmould, punch, matrix, and two pieces of type (one with the jet attached as well as a detachable jet piece and an individual type piece). The resulting 3D printed model will replicate the historical artifact used to design/cast type during the hand press period. These models are for teaching purposes only and cannot be used to cast type using molten type metal, nor can they be used for printing.
Date: April 1, 2017
Creator: Jacobs, Courtney E.; McIntosh, Marcia; O'Sullivan, Kevin M. & Strait, Bob
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset: Composing-Stick]

Description: 3D dataset model of a matrix/punch for a composing stick. The resulting 3D printed model will replicate the historical artifact used to set type during the hand press period.
Date: April 1, 2017
Creator: Jacobs, Courtney E.; McIntosh, Marcia; O'Sullivan, Kevin M. & Strait, Bob
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset: Jin gang jing xin jing gan ying tu shuo 金剛經心經感應圖說 pp. 31-32]

Description: 3D dataset model of a xylographic woodblock containing pages 31-32 of "An Illustrated Explanation of Miraculous Response Appended to the Heart Sutra and Diamond Sutra," an ancient Buddhist text published by Zhu Xuzeng 朱續曾 in 1798. The woodblock is one of 37 held by the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Library Special Collections. The block contains 8 lines per half page , 15 characters per line, white block-heart, double borders, a single fish tail (8 行 15 字, 白口, 左右雙邊, 單黑魚尾)
Date: 2017
Creator: Daniels, Doug
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset: Matrix-B]

Description: 3D dataset model of a matrix for a majiscule sans serif B. The resulting 3D printed model will replicate the historical artifact used to design/cast type during the hand press period. These models are for teaching purposes only and cannot be used to cast type using molten type metal, nor can they be used for printing. This dataset is an individual file and is part of a complete set of teaching tools.
Date: April 1, 2017
Creator: Jacobs, Courtney E.; McIntosh, Marcia; O'Sullivan, Kevin M. & Strait, Bob
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset: Mattioli woodblock, [art original] 457. Malva maior altera.]

Description: 3D dataset model of a 16th century Austrian woodcut of plants. This wood block, along with Mattioli Copy 2, is part of set originally commissioned for a mid-16th century publication of an ancient treatise on medicinal plants by Dioscorides, entitled De Materia Medica. The text was translated into Czech and German (and later Latin and Italian) by a Viennese doctor and naturalist, Pietro Andreas Mattioli, with the support of the Hapsburg Emperor Ferdinand I. Mattioli hired Giorgio Liberale de Udine and Wolfgang Meyerpeck to design and illustrate these blocks, of which there were originally over 600. This woodblock is held by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Rare Book and Manuscript Library under the call number 581.634 M434 c1.
Date: 2016
Creator: Sweitzer-Lamme, Jon
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset: [Mattioli woodblock]. [art original]. 563. sinapi secundum.]

Description: 3D dataset model of a 16th century Austrian woodcut of plants. This wood block, along with Mattioli Copy 1, is part of set originally commissioned for a mid-16th century publication of an ancient treatise on medicinal plants by Dioscorides, entitled De Materia Medica. The text was translated into Czech and German (and later Latin and Italian) by a Viennese doctor and naturalist, Pietro Andreas Mattioli, with the support of the Hapsburg Emperor Ferdinand I. Mattioli hired Giorgio Liberale de Udine and Wolfgang Meyerpeck to design and illustrate these blocks, of which there were originally over 600. This woodblock is held by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Rare Book and Manuscript Library under the call number 581.634 M434 c2.
Date: 2016
Creator: Sweitzer-Lamme, Jon
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset: Moveable Type Hand Mould Side A]

Description: 3D dataset model of one side of a moveable hand mould. The resulting 3D printed model will replicate the historical artifact used to cast type during the hand press period. This 3D dataset is in two parts. Each part is a separate piece of the two-sided mould. You will need to print both files to have a complete tool for a hand mould. For printing ease, the spring (used by typecasters to hold the matrix into place on the mould) has been excised. These models are for teaching purposes only and cannot be used to cast type using molten type metal, nor can they be used for printing. This dataset is an individual file and is part of a complete set of teaching tools.
Date: April 1, 2017
Creator: Jacobs, Courtney E.; McIntosh, Marcia; O'Sullivan, Kevin M. & Strait, Bob
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset: Moveable Type Hand Mould Side B]

Description: 3D dataset model of one side of a moveable hand mould. The resulting 3D printed model will replicate the historical artifact used to cast type during the hand press period. This 3D dataset is in two parts. Each part is a separate piece of the two-sided mould. You will need to print both files to have a complete model for a hand mould. For printing ease, the spring (used by typecasters to hold the matrix into place on the mould) has been excised. These models are for teaching purposes only and cannot be used to cast type using molten type metal, nor can they be used for printing. This dataset is an individual file and is part of a complete set of teaching tools.
Date: April 1, 2017
Creator: Jacobs, Courtney E.; McIntosh, Marcia; O'Sullivan, Kevin M. & Strait, Bob
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset: Paper Mould Version 1]

Description: 3D dataset model of a hand papermaking mould consisting of two parts: a mould frame and a deckle. In this version (v1), the mould frame and the Mould surface are printed together as one piece. The user will need to print both files to have a complete papermaking mould. The resulting 3D printed model will replicate the historical artifact used in Great Britain and parts of Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with sight variations. This papermaking mould is functional and can be used to cast a 4 ¼ x 5 ½” sheet of paper. While the size of sheet this mould produces is small, the mould frame, its ribs, and the deckle are full size as found in larger traditional European papermaking moulds.
Date: November 10, 2020
Creator: Queen, Brian
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset Paper Mould Version 2]

Description: 3D dataset model of a hand papermaking mould consisting of three parts: a mould frame, a mould surface, and a deckle. In this version (v2), the mould frame and the mould surface are printed separately and can be fastened together with common sheet metal screws. The user will need to print all three files to have a complete papermaking mould. The resulting 3D printed model will replicate the historical artifact used in Great Britain and parts of Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with sight variations. This papermaking mould is functional and can be used to cast a 4 ¼ x 5 ½” sheet of paper. While the size of sheet this mould produces is small, the mould frame, its ribs, and the deckle are full size as found in larger traditional European papermaking moulds.
Date: November 10, 2020
Creator: Queen, Brian
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset: Paper Mould Version 3]

Description: 3D dataset model of a hand papermaking mould consisting of three parts: a mould frame, a mould surface, and a deckle. This version (v3) is the same as version 2 in that the mould frame and the mould surface are printed separately, but the holes in V3's mould frame are larger in diameter to accept a heat set threaded insert and machine screws are used in place of sheet metal screws. The user will need to print all three files to have a complete papermaking mould. The resulting 3D printed model will replicate the historical artifact used in Great Britain and parts of Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with sight variations. This papermaking mould is functional and can be used to cast a 4 ¼ x 5 ½” sheet of paper. While the size of sheet this mould produces is small, the mould frame, its ribs, and the deckle are full size as found in larger traditional European papermaking moulds.
Date: November 10, 2020
Creator: Queen, Brian
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset: Piece of movable type B with jet attached]

Description: 3D dataset model of a piece of moveable type with jet attached for a majiscule sans serif B. The resulting 3D printed model will replicate the historical artifact from the hand press period. These models are for teaching purposes only and cannot be used to cast type using molten type metal, nor can they be used for printing. This dataset is an individual file and is part of a complete set of teaching tools.
Date: April 1, 2017
Creator: Jacobs, Courtney E.; McIntosh, Marcia; O'Sullivan, Kevin M. & Strait, Bob
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Dataset: Piece of movable type B with jet detached]

Description: 3D dataset model of a piece of moveable type with jet detached for a majiscule sans serif B. The resulting 3D printed model will replicate the historical artifact from the hand press period. This dataset will print a piece of type for a majuscule modern sans-serif B without the jet attached. To use this model for instruction, you must also print the removable jet, which will insert into the piece of type to illustrate the process of jet removal. These models are for teaching purposes only and cannot be used to cast type using molten type metal, nor can they be used for printing. This dataset is an individual file and is part of a complete set of teaching tools.
Date: April 1, 2017
Creator: Jacobs, Courtney E.; McIntosh, Marcia; O'Sullivan, Kevin M. & Strait, Bob
Partner: UNT Libraries
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