See how a group of designers turned Wrocław's Centennial Hall into a 3D printed mockup using a ZMorph VX Multitool 3D Printer.
Wrocław’s Centennial Hall was built in 1913 and is since a Lower Silesian landmark. See how GetModelsNow turned it into a 3D printed mockup using a ZMorph VX Multitool 3D Printer.
This 3D printed architectural model is 1x1m in size, and was printed in several parts. As we’ve proved before, it’s possible to make projects that exceed ZMorph VX workspace. All it takes is some careful designing and right assembly.
The model is made of PLA. This material is easy to print and is widely used for similar applications. Inexpensive filaments like PLA are great for various showcase models for educational purposes.
3D printed architectural models like this one, or a shipwreck we presented some time ago, make great props for schools and universities. There are a lot of ways it can be used - young architects can study the design, school youth can get acquainted with modern technology, and children can play with models learning about national landmarks.
To make it more interesting, the 3D printed model is equipped with backlight that can be remotely controlled and is surrounded by small trees that make it look more realistic.
This landmark was built in 1913 and is listed on the World Heritage List. Centennial Hall (Pol. Hala Stulecia) is now used as an object for various exhibitions and events. It’s an interesting building from the architectural perspective and one of the most famous places in Wrocław.
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