16 August 2017 16:46
3D printing architectural models has become a well-established practice within that industry, with an increasing number of firms purchasing their own printers to test their designs and display them for clients. It’s a logical application for the technology, and one that has already yielded excellent results. But are there other areas where 3D printing could be utilised in this way? We would argue that any industry where complex designs must be tested and displayed would benefit from exploring 3D printing in depth. A strong example of this would be Japanese ...