Discover how to apply 3D printing in different specializations within the architectural sector
3D printing allows you to better visualise designs, detect potential problems prior to construction, create physical models of design elements and offer customised services to clients.
Differentiation in the presentation of new projects
Possibility to play with complex shapes and geometries
Acceleration of project development cycles
3D printing applications in the architectural sector
Companies in your sector work with these products and services
UltiMaker Material Station
Load up to six spools of material inside the humidity-controlled chamber and its intelligent features take care of the rest: composite-ready feed wheels, filament flow sensors and automatic changeover when a material runs out. Now you can increase your productivity and raise the quality of your production.
Polymaker Polybox Filament drybox
3D filament storage box that allows you to store your materials in an optimal printing environment while printing with them. It features a thermo-hygrometer to monitor the filaments inside the box. Humidity is regulated by large desiccant bags that absorb moisture from the air inside the PolyBox™.
Success stories from the architectural sector
BYKO decided to go for 3D printing as a new method for making architectural prototypes. This new technology has allowed it to design much faster and modify models in less time, reducing the creation of each piece from 2 weeks to 3 days.
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