3D printer enables unorthodox shapes to be created - now architectual modelling company cannot imagine being without it.
When the city of Stockholm was 3D printed for an exhibition, the work took months instead of years. The project became the second most-visited exhibit during the year it was displayed.
Manual models precluded the use of spheres, oval shapes or thin parts but when these became necessary the designers turned to 3D printing.
Paul David & Partners
London architects find 3D printing models, which are available in hours and not days, significantly reduces the overall time spent working on projects.
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