I have a background in fine art as well as taxidermy. One of my sons is into D&D and asked if I would paint a figurine he had custom 3-D printed on the internet, so I did. This lead to all of his D&D friends wanting things printed, and got me interested in 3-D printing and its use in the taxidermy industry. You can get a printing setup and scanner for under $750.00. You would be able to print just about anything around the size of a milk crate. Scan and print your fish heads, duck heads, habitat, ear liners and jaw sets, tools and hangers, custom name plates, reproduction fish parts like fins, noses and the list goes on. You could even make and sell files of all this stuff. With out a scanner you would need to get files by buying or for free on the net., and you can make all kinds of stuff like hunting and fishing gear. I'm looking into a leasing option as of now of around $75 a month, with the option of upgrading as new, bigger and faster printers and new tech comes out. And supplies at all most cost. This would be a resin printer able to print in all types of harnesses and flexibilities even clear for eyes and fins. Cost of printing is from 90% of cost some things like a set of WTD ear liners would cost about $.30 and 4 hours to print. I don't think it would take much time to get that back and start saving and making money on 3-D printing.