Thursday, November 20, 2014

How 3D CAD Services can be used to Effectively Market Construction Projects and Properties?

3D CAD models can dramatically improve quality of design because unlike 2D designs, it is a more complete and advanced process that involves minimalist errors. With 3D models, you can effectively identify and minimize collisions, inappropriate parts or quantities that do not fit, and other discrepancies in a hassle-free manner. 
  


However, that’s the role of 3D CAD models in design and drafting. In addition to this, advanced three-dimensional CAD services can be effectively used in marketing construction projects and properties in a visually appealing and efficient manner. How? Read on to learn how 3D CAD models can be used in marketing as well.

One of the best things about three-dimensional Computer-aided Design models is that these are created in a virtual, real-time, and dynamic environment, prior to actual physical construction of the building. This way, you have an exact replica of how the building will appear once it is constructed.

This 3D CAD model highlights different elements of the building – geometry, geographic conditions, spatial relationships, project management, quantities and properties of building components, and post-construction facilities management. This can be leveraged as a powerful marketing tool, where the buyers can have an early look into how the building and its different components will appear once it is constructed in real.

Hence, 3D CAD Models Can Be Used As a Part Of:

  • Promotional brochures
  • Walkthroughs
  • Promotional content
  • Websites
  • Print advertisements
By presenting 3D CAD design of the building in promotion and marketing content, builders can attract more potential buyers for the property or construction facility, and generate a fantastic value for money.

Nikunj Patel

Nikunj Patel is a design engineer working at Architectural Modeling India for the past 4 years. He loves designing Expert industrial equipments and can always be found in the lab discussing, brainstorming and tweaking designs. He has also worked on architectural projects taking interest in every aspect of design and analysis.

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