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6 Benefits of 3D printing for Architects
6 Benefits of 3D printing for Architects

Many architects are already using 3D printed conceptual models to complement plans, sections, elevations and rendered images to better communicate their ideas to potential clients and investors. This gives an added depth for the client to better understand the project and is a great way to stand out from competition who has not yet caught up. Keep reading as we look at the 6 competitive advantages of 3D printing for Architects.

8 Most Frequently asked 3D Printing Questions Answered
8 Most Frequently asked 3D Printing Questions Answered

3D printers are becoming an essential tool in the workflows of many businesses and industries. The technology is evolving fast and it is now possible to 3D print objects which were unheard of 10 years ago. 3D printing is becoming the largest disruptive technology shift since the internet. It is fascinating to see where the technology will take us in the future and it’s definitely something to look forward to. Keep reading as we answer the 8 most frequently asked 3D printing questions.

Educating Educators: Are 3D Printers safe?
Educating Educators: Are 3D Printers safe?

3D printers are becoming increasingly popular as the technology improves and costs decrease. Today, 3D printers can be found everywhere - from research laboratories, primary schools, factories and people’s homes depending on their application.

Ultimaker S5 – All Features Explained
Ultimaker S5 – All Features Explained

Introducing the Ultimaker S5. This dual-extruder 3D printer is Ultimaker’s most advanced 3D printer to date. It was designed with forward-thinking professionals in mind, such as designers, engineers and architects.

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The Ultimaker S5 3D Printer – For Industrial Grade Parts
Ultimaker’s latest desktop 3D printer, the S5, is their most advanced 3D printer yet. It was designed with forward-thinking professionals in mind, such as designers, engineers and architects.