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Mr WorkTrick Wess


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Posted: 13/09/2021 08:47:13

 Need advice.Hello. I'm new to 3D printing and just like many others came here for a good advice. I'm thinking about using 3D printing technology to create architectural models like these you see when you going into a presentation center for a new building. At the moment I'm running my own business creating 3d renderings and other kinds of visualization for architects and developers, so I have a modeling skill as well as some clients who might be interested in these services. My plan is to start on a very smart scale with one of these cheaper consumer grade printers and go from there if I see some future success. My main questions are:Let's say I'm printing a model of a house that is 12"x12"x12", average level of detail, just a basic single family house for example. How much would it cost me in terms of materials and how much time it would take to print something like that not counting the time I will spend to model it.Which printer (let's say under $3000) would be the best for that type of a production?Which materials I should use?Do you think this is gonna work? :)Thank you guys.  

Mr Jerome Blevins


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Posted: 16/09/2021 11:29:16


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Mr Kenneth Gauthier


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Posted: 22/09/2021 17:51:01

Esthetic vision https://esteticvision.com/visualization-of-architectural-plan/ Studios can help production studios, advertisement firms, and individuals with quality designs Architectural visualization studio and 3D rendering service. Easy workflow and fast turnaround time at affordable prices

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Mr Kate Fowler


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Posted: 08/10/2021 09:19:11

I think that 3D printing is a quite good option if you want to print different details. But I strictly suggest to take a look at printer and it speed.   

Mr Peter Nilson


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Posted: 08/10/2021 09:24:36

I also decided to buy a printer for every day needs, not too expensive and with a fast speed printing. So, it is rather hard and I decided that it will be better to use https://43dprint.org/dual-extruder-3d-printer/  where are a lot of interesting reviews concerning any printer that you want. As for me, I suggest to take a look at BIBO 2, which is quite fast, accurate and also the cost is not too expensive.

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