AM for Architecture

The Additive Manufacturing Advantage

3D printing and model making for architectural firms.

Make an impact on your clients with superbly crafted, functional, geometrically precise 3D representations and dioramas of your designs and renderings.

We combine our advanced 3D printing technologies, with large build envelopes and exceptional accuracy, with our extensive model-making experience to produce outstanding architectural and display models quickly and cost-effectively.

What do you want to make today?

3D printing has sped up the process of concept model creation. It's enabling customised designs and unique pieces. It's playing a big part in interior design, too. Our large-bed SLA printers produce large pieces with intricate design, complex geometries and flawless finishes - perfect solutions for the architect market needs

Phill Adamson CEO

SLA for Architectural Models


Advanced 3D Capacity: The NEO 800, with its large build platform, faster speeds, reduced part finishing times, diverse materials options, high-definition capability and exceptional sidewall quality, is the perfect printer for dioramas and large, detailed cityscapes or buildings.


The white durable, quick finishing and slightly flexible EvoLVe 128 is perfect for tough, functional models requiring high levels of detailing. WaterShed XC1112 is a superb, clear resin with ABS-like properties, perfect for lit models, or those requiring a level of water resistance.

SLS for Architectural Models


SLS does not require supports, making it perfect for models with complex interior structures.


Nylon is a tough, durable material that can be finished to a high polish smoothness. Most suitable for detailed, tall structures with complex internal components.

DLS for Architectural Models

Using resins designed for production, Digital Light Synthesis™ (DLS) is radically changing the 3D printing landscape.

DLS prints up to 100 times faster than traditional 3D methods. The resultant parts are practically layer-free parts with consistent isotropic and mechanical properties.  The process uses a broad portfolio of materials, providing designers with opportunities for mass customisation, rapid design iterations and multiple part production.


Print end-use parts with consistent isotropic and mechanical properties. Multiple parts provide scale economics.


Multiples scale models of people, furniture, vehicles, vegetation, street furniture, etc.