From 2D Drawings to 3D Modeling
If you’re still drafting in two dimensions you are missing some important advancements. 3D modeling has changed the way project designs are presented today. It is like combining multiple 2D drawings and pasting them together. It has without a doubt, changed the way we look at projects and how information is presented today.
In a 2D drawing, you can have many solid and hidden lines adding detail and depth to your drawing, but if your customer cannot visualize what is going on your vision is lost. Consider a 2d drawing, could you tell the difference between handrail and piping if it was printed in 2D monochrome? Yes, if you know what you are looking at. No, if you are an average consumer.
The saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” is truly multiplied when an image can be moved, rotated, manipulated, and colored. You can get a beautiful one shot picture of your design through 3D modeling. It’s more realistic, quicker and easier than 2D. You can also use your project in other 3D models to check clearances, address access and egress, and even visualize sight lines. Changes can be made very quickly to determine their viability.
3D model are also used to “walk” around the entire project. The project team can have an overall vision in the matter of hours, not days. The experience of “walking” through a model is much more satisfying making the project approval rate much higher. A 3D modeled design can easily show dimensions in 3D space of objects and their relationships. This’ll help your customer to visualize space, movement, access, and so on.
3D models can also be used to create 2D drawings directly. This means that the cost incurred in the changes to the design are much less. Modifying or making changes while 3D modeling is relatively inexpensive and the 2D drawings can be reproduced rather quickly. Existing models can be quickly modified for other projects. If you have not considered 3D modeling, I highly recommend to visit HomesInfra’s website now and check latest out latest advancements in the field of Architecture