WhiteClouds will feature architectural models, as well as debuting a new porcelain-like product finish, at the International CES Trade Show, and the prime piece they’re featuring is the largest, most detail-oriented 3D printed architectural model they’ve ever created.
The WhiteClouds “Casa Fortunata” model boasts over 25 unique features such as cathedral style windows, fountains, verandas, archway arcading, and massive multi-level staircases.
It’s an architectural model for a client’s 35,000-square-foot home, and it’s packed with highly-detailed and unique features.
The finished piece is a 16” x 23” x 8” model which took more than 59 hours — and just under 2,000 layers — to complete on a ProJet 660 printer at a 1/8” =1’ scale.
Alongside the model, WhiteClouds is also debuting a new, porcelain-like finish which they say not only increases the strength of 3D prints, but also provides “a glass smooth finish to full-color sandstone parts” to enhance colors and give the finished object a glossy sheen. The company says the porcelain-like finish is “perfect for figurines and entertainment models.”
Both the model and their new finish will be on display this week at 2015 International CES at WhiteClouds’ booth (#71918 in Tech West, Level 2, of the Sands Expo).
Formed in 2013, WhiteClouds is a 3D printing and 3D visualization service company that delivers realistic models of any design. The company boasts a group of a dozen 3D Systems and Stratasys printers, and for architects and builders, WhiteClouds say their work allows clients to see a model of a project before it’s built, and in realistic and minute detail.
The WhiteClouds design team say they specialize in making 3D design files into finished products from rubber-like, plastic, resin, and sandstone materials.
WhiteClouds are taking their place in the 3D printing revolution by designing and printing some incredibly detailed models from a variety of materials. This project, an architectural model for a client, is just one of the many the company has put out in the last couple of years. Check out more photos of the finished model below.
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