It may seem that 3D printing has nothing to do with interior finishing work, but we are in a hurry to fix it – it is not true. The applicability of 3D technology is so wide that the list doesn’t really end at engineering, industry, architecture, or medicine. One of the areas is construction and even finishing work.

Today we are talking about a ceiling edging adaptation project. The customer had a project that required the mounting of the ceiling edgings. In one corner of the room, the wall was rounded to a non-standard angle, so it was not possible to put standard edging in that place. To solve this problem, we have 3D scanned the profile of a standard straight edging, 3D modeled and 3D printed a curved ceiling edging according to its shape. Such edging perfectly matches the geometry of the room walls.

We have used the most accurate “Artec Space Spider” 3D scanner for profile digitization. The profile, scanned with a 3D point accuracy of 0.05 mm, has been 3D modeled according to the geometry of the room walls and printed on a fast and advanced “Prusa” 3D printer. We have chosen durable PETG plastic for printing.

The customer painted and applied the final product in the finishing works. Such a solution allowed not only to conveniently complete the work but also to obtain a non-standard solution in just a few working days.

3D printing technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

3D printing material: PETG

Size (mm): 646.86 x 567.61 x 140.38