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Radiologist uses CT scans to design accurate Stradivarius knock-off

New Scientist is calling Steve Sirr's replicas of the famous violin the finest fakes to date. He got the idea of building accurate replicas after putting a violin in a CT scanner, which can determine the instrument's exact shape and structure.
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New Scientist is calling Steve Sirr's replicas of the famous violin the finest fakes to date. He got the idea of building accurate replicas after putting a violin in a CT scanner, which can determine the instrument's exact shape and structure.

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