John Ashcroft, managing director of beyond Ink said:
“The model represents the redevelopment one of the heritage buildings in Hahndorf for use as The Wolf Blass Gallery and Museum.
The building with the rusted roof is the first schoolhouse in Hahndorf thought to have been established somewhere around 1855. The proposal is to incorporate the schoolhouse within the museum structure.”
“The model is approximately 900mm long and was created in six pieces with every component printed using the Projet printer.
We have spent a lot of time adjusting scanned finishes in an attempt to create a model which is as realistic as possible.”
We think the final results look fantastic demonstrating that the ProJet 660 Pro is ideal for architects and designers, delivering life-like, photo-quality models in three dimensions.
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