Laser Cut and 3D Printed Hospital Architectural Scale Model

Laser Cut and 3D Printed Hospital Architectural Scale Model

Process 3D Print, Support Removal, Post Curing, Laser Cutting, Paint, Glueing
Material Resin, Other
Quantity 1 pcs
Price Range $1,000-5,000
Lead Time 23 workdays


About Project

Feast your eyes on this stunning architectural scale model of a hospital complex! The intricate details will leave you in awe.

Patient Rooms: Peer inside and see miniature hospital beds, hinting at the spaces where patients find comfort and care.
Specialized Areas: Discover rooms filled with cutting-edge medical equipment, showcasing the hospital's advanced treatment capabilities.
Crystal-Clear View: Transparent walls grant an unobstructed view into every corner of this architectural marvel.
Lush Surroundings: A touch of green represents a tranquil outdoor garden, while details like a sewage treatment station and oxygen generating room add realism.
How did we achieve this level of detail?

Laser-Cut Precision: MDF and acrylic boards were meticulously cut to create the hospital's structure.
3D Printed Wonders: Resin 3D printing brought life to the tiniest elements – beds, desks, medical equipment, and even lifelike figures!
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  • Step 1: Design and Planning.
    • The hospital model’s design was meticulously planned, considering the layout of patient rooms, specialized treatment areas, and outdoor spaces.
    • Detailed blueprints were created, specifying the dimensions and features of each room.
  • Step 2: Material Selection.
    • Laser Cut MDF Boards:
      • First, MDF (Medium-Density Fiberboard) sheets were selected for the base structure. These boards provide stability and a smooth surface for the model.
      • The MDF boards were cut using a laser cutter to create the overall shape of the hospital building.
    • Acrylic Boards:
      • Transparent acrylic sheets were chosen for the walls. Their transparency allows viewers to see inside the rooms.
      • The acrylic panels were also laser-cut to match the dimensions of the rooms and corridors.
  • Step 3: 3D Printing Process.
    • Resin Printing:
      • The beds, desks, cupboards, computers, medical equipment, and dummies were 3D printed using resin-based 3D printers.
      • Resin printing allows for intricate details and precise scaling, ensuring realism in the model.
  • Step 4: Integration and Finishing:
    • The laser-cut MDF base and acrylic walls were assembled, securing the transparent panels in place.
    • The 3D-printed components were carefully glued into their respective positions.
    • LED lights were also assembled to light up every ward.
    • Final touches, such as painting and adding tiny details (like potted plants or signage), were done to enhance realism.
  • Step 5: Quality Check and Presentation:
    • The completed hospital model underwent a thorough quality check to ensure accuracy and visual appeal.
    • It was then presented to stakeholders, architects, or project teams for review and feedback.