Architectural Model Making
A conceptual model is a particular type of architectural model that its purpose is to show the main idea and theme of the design or spatial organization of the project. In these models, the realism of unnecessary materials and colors or components is often ignored, and in contrast, on certain aspects of architecture such as the possibility of separating spaces, seeing the interior, creating longitudinal and transverse cuts, showing spatial diagrams; details and specific lighting focuses on the desired model, and sometimes uses unconventional and unique materials and methods. The construction of these models required a stage of technical redesign on the original received model, and the audience of these models are generally architectural offices that use the model as a medium to present their ideas. In making model parts, mainly an amalgamation of digital manufacturing methods such as 3D printing, CNC machining, laser cutting, and manual manufacturing methods are used.
This section includes the medium-scale prototyping services and the provision of consulting on the construction of large-scale models or tiny and accurate models. In making medium-scale models, (maximum integrated piece 25 x 30 x 40 cm) industrial 3D printers with FDM technology and surface polishing methods, are used, which offer a wide range of architectural models, industrial designs, and art pieces are included considering the type of raw materials, surface quality, weight, and expected strength. The materials used are mainly eco-friendly thermoplastics, industrial and flexible ABS, and the surface quality can be based on the thickness of the layers, from standard, 300 micrometers to very accurate, 50 micrometers. To register an order in this section, you’ll need to upload your 3D model file (STL or OBJ) and register your contact information. We will review and evaluate your design as soon as possible and contact you for advice and completion of the order.
Design and development services include the technical design and optimization of physical user interfaces, following functional principles, aesthetics, and ergonomics, details, and the proposed method of production for small-scale products. These services cover the design of a wide range of products, simple to complex. The audiences of these services are generally manufacturers and startups and are focused on producing innovative and knowledge-based physical products.