The strategy of this story is to transform the identified collection of artifacts from the museums depository into a digital recording, whose quality allows, besides preserving and presenting them, a scientific analysis of the object. The final product of the digitalization is to also enable the printing of accurate “replacement” 3D models in quality and firm materials, for occasions in which it is important to allow access to rare and precious collections and is impossible in conventional conditions. It is intended that all of the work, on the digital perspective of cultural goods, 3D scanning, the processing of models and databases, is united within the web server of Belgrade City Museum. In addition, the plan is to supply a wide availability of data, through already existing web-platforms, made for the purpose of presenting 3D models, where, alongside the functions of measuring dimension, making of intersections of objects on the X, Y and Z coordinates, mapping interest points and their description, and efficient search engine of the collection through index keywords will be available. However, the greatest advantage of them is that archaeologists and other experts can process the 3D model multiple times and present their findings to the general public without the fear of the original artifact being damaged or lost. It is foreseen that Singidunum 3D is presented in the media and social media, as well as, the official website of Belgrade City Museum. The results of the project will also be presented to the expert public through participation in symposiums, organization of workshops and publishing of expert papers. All activities within Singidunum 3D have a goal of: preserving cultural heritage, enabling its long-term preservation, complementing the existing museum structure about cultural goods, promoting, presenting and increasing the availability of the cultural heritage and spreading the museums user population.