Group 3D printing

1.13D print of details
1.23D printing of architectural models
1.3Photographing of broken plastic details and making copies from ABS
1.4Development of small series of details from ABS
Development of small series of details from ABS

Group Drawings

2.1Making drawings from a hard copy in AutoCAD (dwg.)
2.2Drawing of schemes, figures, diagrams, tables, graphics
2.3Drawing of evacuation schemes
2.4Drawing of machine and technical drawings
2.5Development and drawing of course and diploma papers
2.6Vizualization of product articles for advertising, presentation and publication in web sites.

Group design of assembled units and mechanisms

3.1Design of assembled units and mecahnisms
3.2Photographing of details and creation of 3D models from finished units for production of CNC machines
3.3Development of articles and development of working drawings and technical documentation
3.4Design and drawing of details in 3D form for development of matrices and press-forms from plastics and aluminium for serial production
3.5Drawing of sketches and contours in a vector form and preparation of files for lazer cutting and deflection.
3.6Design and vizualization of metal constructions-fences, protection fences, shelters, stairs and other constructive or decorative elements.

Group Architecture

4.1Drawing of architectural drawings from a hard copy in AutoCAD
4.2Development of complete architectural designs
4.33D modelling of buildings from provided plans, sections and facades.
4.4Development of preliminary designs and 3D vizualizations

Group interior design

5.1Development of complete interior designs
5.23D vizualization for future repair activities
5.3Construction and vizualization of furniture
5.4Development of working drawings, bills of quantiries and cutting out for production of furniture.


6.1Making simulations for illumination of interior and exterior sites
6.2Проектиране и визуализация на паметници и надгробни плочи.
6.3Organization on realization of the finished projects
6.4Constructor All in one


Development of small series of details from ABS

3D printing is a relatively slow process. This process is not economically fit for development of details for mass production because the costprice of a single detail, produced from a 3D printer, compared to the costprice of a single detail, produced by the traditional method, is tens of times higher, as well as the quality of the areas, received by squirting is much better. However there are cases in the practice, when there are needed 10-20-50 details, for wich making an expensive injection mould is not justified and the quality of the areas is not so important. In these cases it is worthy to be used a 3D printer for making the details.