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3D printing with ZPrinter 650

One of the best possibilities to make your 3D models come to live, is the 3D print. Our 3D printer ZPrinter 650 by ZCorporation quickly and easily creates models in various colours and scales.

With a construction space of 381 x 254 x 203 mm, also larger models can easily be put together. A combination with CNC-milling enables us to build whole castles and terrain models. Photorealistic colouring is now problem, e.g. for buildings, statues and monuments. The procedure is also perfectly suited for rapid prototyping applications.

3D prints are especially suited for:

  • architecture and design
  • models for museums and exhibitions
  • applications in medicine and science
  • construction and prototype creation
  • or as a simple present for all kinds of occasions

Contemplate our models in the gallery. We will gladly make you an offer that matches your desires.

Cultural heritage, architecture and archaeology

Model of the Heldburg, scale 1:150 (castle project, Germanic National Museum Nuremberg).
Object parts of the Marburg, scale M. 1:150 (castle project, Germanic National Museum Nuremberg).
Model of a Buddha statue (hight 70cm, scale 1:10, TU Munich).
Small series of an ivory plate for the book cover of a special edition medieval book.
The Stolberg Monument in Den Haag (reproduction, scale 1:10 with our scaning data).
Model of Castle Rheda, scale 1:150 (castle project, Germanic National Museum Nuremberg).
Landscape model with castle ruins (Photo left: Archaeological Hegau-Musem, Singen).
Our castle models (here, Marburg and Karlstein) in the Germanic National Museum Nuremberg ("The Myth of Castles").
Karl Valentin, 3D print with oil paint for bronze appearance
Reproducing tin rings: 3D scanning, 3D printing of the data and hand painting the 3D models.
Exhibition model Villa von Frauenzimmern, Roman Museum Gueglingen.
 
3D survey and reproduction of 3 horses' hooves. Original in bronze, copy generated from the 3D printer with manual colouring. (Customer: City of Kempten, Cultural Office - Archaeology)
3D survey and reproduction of 3 horses' hooves. Original in bronze, copy generated from the 3D printer with manual colouring. (Customer: City of Kempten, Cultural Office - Archaeology)
3D survey and reproduction of 3 horses' hooves. Original in bronze, copy generated from the 3D printer with manual colouring. (Customer: City of Kempten, Cultural Office - Archaeology)
3D survey and reproduction of 3 horses' hooves. Original in bronze, copy generated from the 3D printer with manual colouring. (Customer: City of Kempten, Cultural Office - Archaeology)
3D survey and reproduction of 3 horses' hooves. Original in bronze, copy generated from the 3D printer with manual colouring. (Customer: City of Kempten, Cultural Office - Archaeology)
3D survey and reproduction of 3 horses' hooves. Original in bronze, copy generated from the 3D printer with manual colouring. (Customer: City of Kempten, Cultural Office - Archaeology)
Left: A photogrammetry image of the original at the museum. Center: The digital 3D model on the computer. Right: The finished replica as an exhibition model - this is a 3D print hand painting by a church painter.
Left: A photogrammetry image of the original at the museum. Center: The digital 3D model on the computer. Right: The finished replica as an exhibition model - this is a 3D print hand painting by a church painter.

Civil engineering, production, medicine and more...

3D print of an axle
3D print of a disk brake
3D print of a skull
3D print of a fashion shoe
3D print of a bridge (detail view), scale 1:65, commissioner: Max Boegl Stiftung & Co. KG
Component part printed with Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF).

Your contact person:

Martin Schaich M.A.

Tel.: +49 9408 8501 0

mschaich(at)arctron.de


To the gallery:

Castle Models
Dino fossil scan and reproduction
Buddha Sakyamuni
Feuchtmayer Replica

Further information:

3D printer Z650
CNC-Milling
3D Printing Service - Inquiry
High-Resolution Relief Printing