To create 3D models, one of the principal techniques is the use of a piece of material. This is printed, cut and engraved, subject to the addition of grooves and then the parts are assembled. The entire process is fully-managed if all the tools used work together.
If 3D object design from pieces of material is popular with designers, communication agencies and architects, it is because it is the most economic and often the most ecological solution: The possibilities are infinite thanks to the diversity of usable materials from simple cardboard to precious metals as well as wood and materials such as plastic or plexiglas for the smallest to the largest dimensions. This involves cutting, 2D or even 2.5D engraving. The equipment is more accessible because it does not require costly 5-axis machines or 3D printers and are not limited to just printed materials (often plastics and resins)
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