Top-of-funnel lead generation is tricky. Using just the right pitch, leads can be converted to sales. Overcompensate or under-compensate and the lead moves on to another supplier.Read More
-The number of 3D printing service bureaus continues to increase to meet demand for 3D printed parts.
-Today, much of the demand for 3D printed parts comes from customers with legacy parts that need to be digitized before production.
-Less than 1% of 3D printing service bureaus offer design services which results in a frustrated customer and a lost production opportunity for the service bureau.Read More
20 years ago graphic designers were facing another massive shift in their market: the internet.Many graphic designers who didn’t learn web design skills found themselves without jobs. Businesses wanted designers who could not only create graphics, but also the web pages to display them on.3D design has the potential to leave just as massive an effect on the design industry. So you might want to get prepared.Read More
You’re busy. Your clients are busy.
And that leads to frustrations between you. Your architecture clients don’t want to spend time examining blueprints and plans that they don’t know how to read (or they don’t know how to read well). The time you spend showing them how to read those blueprints could be better spent working on their project.Read More
Homebuilding is the perfect market for 3D printing solutions because it increases understanding between businesses and potential clients. Blueprints and architectural plans can be difficult to grasp, and 3D printed models give a client the chance to interact with a physical representation of a structure that has not yet been built.
The challenge with 3D printing is that, in order to 3D print, you need a 3D file. Creating 3D files can be difficult and expensive, but ZVerse has the solution. Our 3D content creation platform, LAYR™, makes this process easy and offers endless possibilities.
Easily Transform Sketches to 3D Models.
Use our content creation platform, LAYR, to easily transform any architectural assets (including 2D renders, sketches, floorpans and blueprints) into a 3D printed model.
Reduce time spent creating models by hand by adopting 3D print technology. Hand modeling requires employees to spend months cutting and assembling parts made of cardboard, foam board and Plexiglass. With 3D printing, your model is completed in a few hours.
Increase Design Freedom.
Double-curved surfaces and other specific architectural details often require considerable time and are difficult to create. 3D printing an architectural model can execute these highly detailed elements with ease.
Higher Level of Precision.
By 3D printing models from STL files, you can ensure an exact to-scale replica without the possibility of human error when building a model by hand.
Study Interaction of Volume and Shapes.
A 3D printed model allows you to study a design in a way that 2D renders don’t. To truly understand the impact of volume and shapes in an architectural design, you must view it the way it was meant to be seen— in a physical 3D form.
Make Quick Design Changes.
Finding and fixing problems early in the design stage is key to preventing complications in the building process. By 3D printing a model, instead of waiting months to be built by hand, you can spot these mistakes and complications earlier in the design process.
3D printed models are stronger than traditional models and won’t buckle or break over time.
Create a Library of Reusable Designs.
3D printing allows you to be more innovative with your model making. When you have repetitive pieces, you can print one as a mold, cast it, and then use the cast to injection-mold the required duplicates.
Effectively Communicate Design.
A full-color, highly detailed 3D model increases understanding between you and your client. Renders and blueprints can be hard to understand, but a 3D model gives your client the chance to interact with a physical representation of a structure that has yet to be built.Read More