With rapid digitalization of the CAD industry, 3D modeling and design has become indispensable. It is of use in various industries including engineering, design, architecture, etc. to name a few.


  1. Symmetry

Symmetrical alignment is the most widely used method in 3D modeling and design services to save time, efforts, and energy, while preventing mistakes. You can make use of center of origin and default mirror planes to easily create the second half of the model. Symmetry allows for creating complex, geometric designs and incorporating them.


  1. Primitive Modeling

You can use primitive basic shapes such as spheres, cubes to create 3D models and designs. The process is totally made by following principles of Boolean operations.


  1. 3D modeling Software’s

You will find a lot of software solutions for this purpose. Though every software has their pros and cons, no particular software is the best. Similarly, no single software will have all 3D solutions.


  1. Things are printed layer by layer

3D printing occurs by printing layer by layer to build a concrete item. Just as normal printers add more colors to the print, 3D printers add more layers of material to build the finished product.


  1. Print micro and nano structures

3D printers have the capability of printing micro and nano objects. For example, a human hair can be printed using a 3D printer.


  1. 3D modeling can be done manually or automatically

3D designs and animation can be created manually just like sculpting. They can also be geometrically built automatically using software’s using computer graphics.


  1. Use in medical sector

3D modeling has already been utilized to create artificial human ear parts for babies born with genetic ear defects. The 3D printing technology has been combined with 3D modeling and printing to successfully create this.


  1. Testing of product

A 3D printed product can be tested in various ways and not all 3D printed products can be tested in the same manner. The different processes validate if product quality, structure, etc. are perfect or if remodeling is needed.


  1. Freelancing in the market

The 3D modeling and design market is still a growing market but freelancing opportunities are still there. Many talented artists create 3D models and designs and even print them that are sold to companies who are already in lookout for a similar product. Artists can make 40% to even 95% of the sale.


  1. Ownership

If a company is paying an artist to create a 3D model and design from the scratch, they are more likely to take over the ownership of the design too. While pre-designed 3D models and printed 3D products are often under the ownership of the artist. The company just buys the right to use it but saves a lot on hiring an artist to create it from the scratch.


  1. Photorealistic effects

3D models and designs can very much be created to have some photorealistic effects and even filter like 2D models or drawings.


  1. Materials used

Many different materials can be used in 3D modeling and finally printing ranging from ABS plastic, PLA, epoxy resins, to even silver, titanium, and so on.


  1. Representing a 3D model

Almost all 3D models can be categorized into solid and shell. Solid implies the volume of the object while shell represents the shell or outline.


  1. Careers in 3D modeling

Though 3D design and animation is still a growing industry, average artists make $68655 in the USA per annum.


  1. Types of 3D modeling

There are 10 different types of 3D modeling namely:

●    Box

●    Polygon modeling.

●    Nurbs and curve modeling.

●    Digital 3D sculpting.

●    Photogrammetry.

●    Simulation.

●    Procedural modeling.

●    Boolean modeling.

●    Kit bashing

●    Modular modeling


 It is beneficial to have the basic knowledge of 3D modeling and design services if you are related to this industry or use this new technology for your business.