3D Printing in plastic is quick and near perfect representation of your design. With several printing techniques, you can prototype or model your designs in ABS, PLA, Nylon, and UV cured resin. With ABS, PLA, and Nylon, you get a single or dual color print in the design you wish. Many architects use plastics to show their models without bias in plain white. Designers get a near perfect quality design of their prototype. And some plastics are durable enough for the final product.
3D Printing in gypsum or sandstone is a great way to show off your architectural skills. This medium forms an architectural model in full color in a high quality print. It is exceptional for prototypes as well as architectural models to get a good idea of your design and understand any potential problems in the final product before it goes to production on a much cheaper scale.
Metal 3D Printing is a great way to get something near or final production in materials including stainless steel, steel, aluminum, and several alloys. With this amazing technique to 3D print metals, you can get some impressive looking final designs for your prototype or even for the final product. Do a short run manufacture for custom parts or initial designs to save costs. It also allows for designs that could not be created by traditional manufacturing processes.