Quickly design and modify concept models in less time with 3D Printing

With an Ultimaker by your side everything becomes far more efficient. Within hours you’ll have a concept model in your hands – at a fraction of the cost. But why stop at one model? With 3D printing, you can let the creativity flow, crafting iteration after iteraction until you’re satisfied.

MATT Architecture: Rapid model making with 3D printing

MATT Architecture creates architectural models in central London. They use 3D printing to quickly iterate through models, saving them time and development costs. Also, having the capability to print their designs, they are able to engage their clients at an early stage of the planning process, with physical representations of their their concepts for proposals.

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Taking architecture from dream to design with 3D printing

Based in Austin, Texas, Bercy Chen Studio handles commercial projects in and around the city, as well as high-end residential builds in central Texas. With a focus on two key aspects of design and building, construction and architecture, it’s critical that Daniel and his teammates are able to see site build plans from all angles. As far back as 2015, the team began to leverage 3D printing, by presenting 3D printed designs to clients that showcased full-scale buildings and wall section models.

"We feel that now we don’t throw away any idea. We print and have a physical sketch of that idea that we can all see and share; if we do not end up using that design, it lives on our desk or on the design shelf for a later time."

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3D printing in landscape architecture and pool design

3D printing is changing the face of architectural design, both inside and out. Traditional 2D graphics are a vital part of the design process; however, a tangible 3D model not only clarifies the details of the space, but also ensures the client fully understands how the end product will look.

Kurt Kraisinger is one designer who is harnessing the power of 3D printing. For over 20 years, he’s been providing design and consultancy services for various planning and landscape architecture projects in the US. Together with his team, he is transforming outdoor spaces into memorable locations that allow people to fully engage with their surroundings, while making a positive impact on the environment. Over the years, he has worked on private residences, corporate campuses, commercial retail centers, entertainment areas and more. You can browse his portfolio here. Kurt clearly explains how 3D printing has helped his design practices, and how it fits into his daily activities.

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Introducing the Ultimaker S5

The Ultimaker S5 is Ultimaker's most advanced 3D printer, designed with professional users in mind. Ultimaker 3D printers have established a solid reputation in the 3D printing community for being exceptionally reliable. Moreover, backed by Ultimaker North America Support, business users can expect maximum uptime and return on investment. Features include:

  • Larger build volume: 330 x 240 x 300 mm (13 x 9.5 x 11.8 inches)
  • Glass doors in front included, integrated
  • Full LED touch screen
  • Filament flow sensor
  • Hardened components suitable for more abrasive materials
  • Adaptive, enhanced bed leveling

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