3D Printed Architectural Models
Stunning physical models made quickly and accurately
❖ Commercial Models ❖ Sales Models ❖ Multi-family Models
❖ Residential Models ❖ Development Models ❖ Dioramas
❖ Massing Models ❖ Floor Plan Models
Home Architectural Models starting at $1,500
Manufacturer's representative for Whiteclouds 3D printing
What file type is required to 3D print a model?
We work with all architectural CAD programs including AutoCAD, Revit, Chief Architect, ArchiCAD and Sketchup, just to name a few. If you design in 3D, we will start with your 3D files. If you have 2D blueprints and elevations, or artist‘s sketches, we can build a model from these files as well.
Do the printers print in color?
Yes. Most of our architectural models are printed in full-color, sandstone-like material and print in full color. Anything printed in UV-cured resin materials are a single color but can be painted.
What is the material used?
Most of our architectural models are 3D printed in sandstone-like material; however, we also print in UV-cured resins. We also use hand modeling techniques for large topographies and landscapes.
What is the largest model you can 3D print?
The build envelope on our larger printers is 9“ x 15“ x 20“. This is the largest model we can print in a single piece. We can 3D print larger models in multiple pieces.
What is the turnaround time for a 3D-printed architectural model?
We usually ask for four to six weeks from the time we take the order to when you will receive the model. We understand that sometimes deadlines are tight and we can accommodate rush orders in as little as one week.
Can you 3D print the interior of a home or building?
Yes. We can create a model with a removable roof and floors so you can see the layout of the home.
Can you 3D print terrain, swimming pools, arbors, hardscape features, etc.?
Yes. We 3D print many of the items in our architectural models.
If I want a second model is it cheaper?
Our pricing is based on the amount of material used and the time it takes to prepare your design. The second model is less money because the design portion is complete.