3D modelling uses two individual modeling methods: surface modeling and solid modeling. Both have their own applications and in some cases it is useful to use a combination of them.
Surface modeling can be used to accurately describe the external features of a piece. It is used to help with industrial design and create realistic 3D product images and videos.
The model of the piece created by surface modeling is a polygon shell. Therefore, a 3D model formed in this way cannot be analyzed on the basis of physical characteristics such as volume or mass. However, accurate surface models can be converted into solid 3D models.
Solid modeling is suitable for modeling dimensionally accurate mechanical pieces.
In this way, modeled pieces can be accurately analyzed by, for example, simulating them in varying usage scenarios. In addition, a piece made with volume modeling can be used in production as the basis for a CNC program, or a 3D model can be printed from it.
The prerequisite for effective 3D modelling is that the designer is able to utilize various modeling methods and software in such a way that the end result is achieved as effortlessly as possible, while taking into account the requirements of the product's manufacture.
Our experts have ironclad 3D modelling expertise reaching several decades. We use SolidWorks, which is compatible with most systems.
We model individual parts and pieces as well as machines and other mechanically comprehensive entities. We can build a 3D model based on an existing product or from customer drawings.
Prototypes and quick models can be produced easily with 3D printing, without any tool or mold costs.
We do 3D printing with a printer where, in addition to the material to be extruded, the structure of the piece can be reinforced with long fiber. Reinforced with carbon filaments, the 3D models are extremely durable and have a stiffness comparable to those worked from aluminium.
In addition to printing, we also handle the post-treatment of 3D models in accordance with your needs.
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