SLA Clear Resin Buildings
CRDM are an experienced Architectural model maker, working with a number of
leading archictural practices.Our knowledge and expertise of Additive Manufacturing
(AM) and 3D Printing will offer solutions that speed up the delivery of model making.
We will bring your CAD projects to life by building in a suite of different plastics, from
transparent, semi-opaque to opaque. Using the latest processes– we grow parts in
0.1mm layers – a quicker and low-cost alternative to hand constructed models.
Getting the scale correct for the whole model or models is essential – our processes
give you accuracy and uniformity as standard.
Examples of our experience
- Scale models
- Wind flow analysis
- Profiles of building materials
On our premises, we have a fully equipped workshop that we can add the finishing
touches to your parts, from bonding and assembly to high-end painting.
How we can help you
We help you cut down the time spent on modelling by manufacturing your buildings
from just 3-4 working days – saving weeks compared to traditional routes.
What to do next…
Call us now on 08450 514 900 to discuss your project.
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