3D Printing

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One of the best ways to make your 3D models come to life is through the use of 3D printing technology. Our 3D printer, a ZCorporation “ZPrinter”, quickly and easily creates models in the colors and scale you desire.

The printer has a printing space of 381 x 254 x 203 mm – larger models are made in pieces and are easily assembled. In combination with CNC milling models, this enables us to create entire castles and landscape models. Due to the 24-bit printable colour depth, photorealistic models of buildings, statues and monuments are quite easily produced, however, the process is also perfectly suited for your rapid prototyping needs.

3D printing is particularly suitable for:

  • architecture planning and design
  • models for museums and exhibitions
  • medical and scientific applications
  • mould construction and prototype creation
  • or simply as a gift for any occasion

Have a look at the models in our gallery and see for yourself. We will be happy to make you an offer which fits your ideas.

Historic Preservation, Architecture and Archaeology

From left to right:

  • Karl Valentin – 3D printed, painted with oil paint for a bronze look faithful to the original.
  • The Stolberg Monument in The Hague (reproduction scale 1:10 according to our scan data).
  • Small batch production of an ivory tablet used as the book cover of a limited special edition “medieval” book.
  • A model of a Buddha statue (height 70cm, M. 1:10, TU Munich).

3D surveying and reproduction of 3 hooves from a Roman imperial statue. Original from bronze, copy from the 3D printer with colour reproduction. Commissioned by: City of Kempten, Cultural Office – Archaeology

From left to right:

  • reproductions of medieval pewter rings: originals were scanned at high-resolution, the subsequent 3D models were printed and hand-painted.
  • model of Rheda Castle in 1:150 scale, “Mythos Burg” exhibition, 2010. Commissioned by: Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg.

From top left to bottom right:

  • model of the Heldburg in 1:150 scale, “Mythos Burg” exhibition, 2010. Commissioned by: Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg
  • our castle models (the Marburg and Karlstein in this case) on display, “Mythos Burg” exhibition, 2010. Commissioned by: Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg
  • museum model of Frauenzimmern Villa. Commissioned by: Güglingen Roman Museum
  • Hohentwiel landscape model with fortress ruins. Commissioned by: Archaeological Hegau Museum, Singen

Component pieces of the Marburg Castle in 1:150 scale, “Mythos Burg” exhibition, 2010. Commissioned by: Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg

From left to right:

  • left: photogrammetric image of the original papier-mâché church model in the museum
  • middle: the digital 3D model on the computer
  • right: the finished replica as an exhibition model – this is a 3D print which was subsequently hand painted by a church painter.

Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing, Medicine and More

From left to right: 3D print of an axle, a disc brake, and a profile-cut human skull.

From left to right:

  • 3D print of a designer heel
  • 3D print of a bridge (detailed view), 1:65 scale, external dimensions: approx. 765x250x150mm. Commissioned by: Max Bögl Stiftung & Co. KG
  • prototype of a component piece from the plastic printer in ABS