3d printing architectural miniatures service 3drenaline

3D Printing in Architecture

Have you ever wondered where customers turn when the budget is high and the competition is extreme?

They turn to the one that will attract their attention at the very first glance. Just imagine what it feels like being in their shoes and having to choose amongst the best in business... What will you do? Do you really have the time to go through all those 3d renders and choose the best? Normally, you would, unless something draws your attention. That being said, imagine again how it would look to the eyes of a potential big customer if you brought, together with your 3d renders, a 3d printed architectural miniature of your customer's house/building/office/garden/stadium/shopping mall scaled down to fit onto an office desk!

"Being smart in business is knowing which parts to offload to others!" - Michael S.

3drenaline has partnered with Materealise to offer architects and engineers a new way of marketing, a new winning tool called 3D Printing in Architecture! You can pay a visit to www.materealise.com and see what all this new hype is about. I can guarantee you one thing—you won't regret it!

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  • Time is money
    Time is not an issue any more, everything gets done on time and with no stress at all. Trust in our multi-core servers to do the job for you and concentrate on more productive matters like the water refraction index.
  • Save some money
    Owning a rackmount costs money. Owning a lot costs even more. Now you can save some money and pass it on to your client or maximize your profit. Or you could simply book a ticket to Antarctica, where servers don't need ventilation and your render farm could be up in no time at all!
  • The wheel has been invented
    When others have spent time in figuring out how to solve a problem, it's wise for the rest of us to use the benefits of that method without losing time and energy in trying to do it from scratch. Why re-invent the wheel? We can always make use of our precious time in a more practical way, like memorizing the "pi".