It is becoming increasingly important for architects to present the quality of their work as realistically detailed as possible. Thanks to 3D printing, projects today also take on concrete form in the model. The proportions and overall effect of the designs become immediately clear to the viewer.
Epoxy resin-infiltrated PMMA models provide excellent mechanical stability. This makes it easy to make copies that faithfully reproduce an architectural concept down to the smallest detail.
Complex formwork elements can be easily produced using 3D printing. Combinable with conventional formwork systems, 3D-printed elements enable easy use on construction sites with outstanding casting results. Complex, multi-curved structures or fine, detailed facades can be realized using traditional concrete casting without any difficulties.
Another advantage: Printed models often provide exact models for sculpture or monument conservation.