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3D printing architectural models provides the opportunity to reduce the number of steps, improving design time, while retaining fine details of the final architecture plan.
Computer simulations have been used in engineering and architecture for a long time. However, visualization of buildings was traditionally done using scale models made of wood or foam board. This let architects see how the building would stand in physical space and whether any problems could be rectified. Now, 3D printing combines the precision of computer simulations with the tangibility of scale models.
Get to market faster by building prototypes quickly in-house. Correct errors and make improvements early in the design process when it’s least costly.
For functional prototypes in production-grade thermoplastics such as ABS and PC, and for high-performance prototypes that withstand thermal, chemical and mechanical stress.
Tomorrow’s engineers, designers and problem solvers deserve every tool available to build a brilliant future. 3D printing fuels limitless creativity when students get to see, hold and test their ideas in real space. Bringing 3D printing into the classroom exposes learners to the same cutting-edge technologies they’ll encounter in their careers. It gives them a jump-start on tomorrow’s challenges. For researchers, 3D Printing breaks barriers with unmatched material capabilities, including impressive detail, precision and durability.
Students are better able to experiment with their design concepts and test their engineering visions, truly understanding why a part worked or why it didn't. 3D printing has really changed the whole learning dynamic for students. As a result, students now have greater opportunities to gain practical experience as they are able to create the prototypes requested by the enterprises.
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