Don't quite understand what the need is for a replica.
no problem, I can explain, and could have ... but didn't want to clutter up the purpose of the OP.
We are looking to make a replica of a piece of the Colby (Wisconsin) Meteorite.
Even though it is one of the most common types (L6 OC) Almost all of the known pieces are in the hands of universities, museum collections, and other institutions or a very few individuals who aren't interested in selling them. Meaning in effect, it's extremely rare to obtain a piece of the real thing, complete with iron clad provenance. In this case provenance is everything, regarding value and authenticity.
However, the Milwaukee Public Museum has given us (the Colby Rural Arts Museum and the Weis Earth Science Museum) a 3D scan of a 417 gm, piece from their collection, with permission to use it as we see fit.
The MPM is dealing with big issues just now, but at some future date may make a couple of their largest pieces similarly available. such as the ~ 10 kilo piece setting on their curator's bench. The MPM of course has the capability of creating museum quality replicas, but cannot do so now, and definitely not any time in the near future.
So, maybe with that explanation you or someone here can help us/me find an appropriate provider? I mention reputable and ethical, because we can not have unauthorized copies being made.
Edited by Ettu, 23 March 2020 - 07:57 PM.