Start with or without 3D files.
Our team of 3D experts & designers can begin a project with any of the following references.
Because some ideas are fresher than others.
We accept PDF’s, JPEG’s, PNG’s, etc. of architectural floor plans.
3D Reference Files
3D Reference files include Revit, Sketchup, and DWG files.
3D Printable Files
We accept STL, FBX, OBJ, and WRL files for 3D print.
Benefits of ZVerse Architectural 3D Solutions
- Simple, intuitive quote request platform
With the ZVerse Quote Request platform, clients can input reference files, descriptions, desired quantities and dimensions, etc.- all in one place.Consultations from 3D experts
- Consultations from 3D experts
Once a client submits a request, a ZVerse 3D expert will reach out within minutes. 3D experts serve to collect additional project information, answer questions, and ultimately walk a client through each step of the 3D creation process.
- Exclusive network of highly qualified architectural 3D designers
Our experts utilize ZVerse’s exclusive network of high quality, specialized 3D designers to create your model.
- Best in Class 3D Printing Capabilities
Not only have ZVerse’s full color 3D printing solutions been named “Best In Class” by trusted partner Konica Minolta, we also offer patent-pending super gloss and matte finishes
Featured Case Study
Brasfield & Gorrie City Block
As part of Atlanta’s efforts to revitalize certain areas of the city, one entire city block is being rebuilt. Brasfield & Gorrie are heading up the efforts of this construction, and they wanted a model that would serve as a reference point for the project. They approached ZVerse with the desire to create a 3D model of the entire city block as it will be once construction is complete. Brasfield & Gorrie wanted to use this model both to showcase the project and to have a visual reference throughout the building process and when meeting with architects. They also wanted this model to be large—larger than anything ZVerse had produced before.
Our client wanted the dimensions of this 3D printed model to be 24 inches square and 24 inches tall. This posed a challenge, as ZVerse’s 3D print beds are 10 x 14 inches. Although the 3D printed model had to be produced in pieces, the final product had to look seamless. In order to meet the requirements given to us, ZVerse’s design team began strategically examining and dissecting the design, determining the best way to turn pieces into a cohesive whole. In only two-weeks from the project request to the final product, ZVerse designed several 3D printed pieces that fit together to create one seamless, large-scale model.