During the past few weeks, we have been working hard on designing the Waterpark model to be 3D printed and displayed at the Aparc office. The purpose of this task is to show the capabilities of 3D printing architectural models.
at the point of interlocking system – Makes it efficient to carry the model for an event in USA which is made in India.
Printing with FDM is the best fit for architectural model-making services as they produce high-quality, detailed models where challenging characteristics include thin walls and internal cavities. Their ease of use allows designers to produce low-cost models for all design phases. The materials offered by both technologies bring ease in post-processing and further enhances model quality. The 3D-printed model can comfortably incorporate interlocking sections which allow internal visualization using materials like ABS, polyamide, resin, nylon, SLA, SLA, carbon fiber, and TPU.
The fine feature detail available allows for scale models to be created with architectural components such as texture and railings. With FDM, lead times are reduced by 50 to 80 percent, and costs are reduced by 40 to 75 percent.
Thus with 3D Printing, architect students can significantly reduce the time and expense in building models & structures, often requiring highly delicate details. 3D printed models are also beneficial to business firms as large, complex, and high budget projects can be 3D printed and used in the organization’s work. 3d models are also stronger than traditional models and won’t buckle or break over time.
Evidently, converting digital drawings into realistic 3D models enables both architect students and business firms to bring about ease in operations and we hope that the amalgamation of architectural design and 3D technology continues to be rewarding and enduring.