Organisations can save time and money by developing prototypes with the help of 3D furniture modelling. Not only that, but good 3D renderings are also invaluable for marketing and e-commerce purposes as well. Here are a few use cases outside of manufacturing you could use 3D furniture models for.
• Make realistic renderings of furniture for clients. It will be easier to sell a client on a customised piece of furniture if they can see exactly how it will look before the furniture is ever built. This can also enhance communication between you and the client, ensuring that they are satisfied with the design.
• Create virtual showrooms or online product catalogues. Today, it’s becoming standard practice to use 3D renderings in catalogues and online. As tech improves, you can use cool features like AR (augmented reality) as well to help convert customers.
• Enhance marketing materials with 3D furniture models. Marketing professionals need good imagery to help market products effectively. With the right tools, 3D can virtually replace the need for timely and expensive photoshoots.