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I often have people call asking me if I have the capability to take building floor plans and create a 3D model. I currently do not. My call this morning was from a builder that has floor plans, wants to take away all the construction related notes and create a 3D colored drawing to present to the city for a 4 unit structure. He wants exteriors in a street-scape setting, possibly adding the interiors. He wants something large to put on an easel, something smaller to put on a brochure and something electronic.

Do you know of a third-party service that can provide this?
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ArchimedStudio private msg quote post Address this user
Hello,

I know this little company that specialises in realistic 3D renderings since 2006... they're pretty good from what I've heard
check them out : www.archimed-studio.com

Cheers,
Matt
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@srennick

Here are three third-party solutions to explore:

3DVUE – Photo Realistic 3D Renders of Un-Built Spaces
Archilogic – turns a 2D floor plan of an unbuilt space into a furnished 3D Tour model
vCAD – CAD to VR on a Smartphone: visualize a space before it exists

More Third-Party Service Providers.

Dan
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Update...I found out that the floor plans are in SOFTPLAN. They have to be converted to auto cad before the recommended providers can work with them. Thoughts?
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ArchimedStudio private msg quote post Address this user
Hello,

You can easily export to .dwg or .dxf from Softplan. It should not be a hard task on their side.

Keep me posted
Matt
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