Optimize Ideas into Ready-to-Print Virtual Designs Our 3D designers and modelers will digitize any object in the form of industrial designs, concept models, high-poly and low-poly models, and 3D models with texture and color. Before printing, each model needs to be translated into a format suitable for any 3D printer.
Before printing, each model needs to be translated into a format suitable for any 3D printer. Ultimately, the images are optimized specifically for 3D printing. We can deliver files in .obj and .stil formats.
Designing Done Right
3D2Go creates objects in a virtual setting. We optimize your ideas, and the result is a 3d drawing that when processed turns into an accurate 3D model. The design is saved in easily viewable files for everyone to see.
If you want to create an industrial design, a 3D house design, or a concept model, count on our highly trained and knowledgeable designers and modelers to do it for you. We proudly say that our service is being felt across all industries, including architecture, engineering, manufacturing, advertising, marketing, gaming, and more.
Maintaining Your Design Integrity
Our 3D design services shorten the design cycle, enhance the manufacturing process, and improve product information dissemination within your company and into the market. In other words, they make designing and production faster but more efficient
Internal design review is more effective that even non-CAD-trained professionals can participate. Should there be a presumed glitch in the product, it is seen and rectified before it is printed. This reduces costs from quality issues. Late design changes can also be incorporated easily.
In any industry, 3D design streamlines the drafting and manufacturing processes. Because the product is developed and introduced to the market on schedule, you get client feedback fast so you can work on improvement for future designs. That is what we want at 3D2Go: to make sure you are ahead in every aspect of the business.
3D Design Is King
From the creation of the first commercial CNC programming system to the introduction of the first significant CAD program, man’s sterling work has effected a wide range of industries. However, designs back then were largely 2D.
The entire design landscape changed with the launch of a CAD program that was based on solid geometry. It featured parametric techniques aimed at defining parts and assemblies. By this time, it became more pronounced that there are tasks 2D CAD couldn’t handle, and it didn’t take long until history-based parametric CAD programs were developed.