Is the process of producing graphics and images that appear to have three dimensions through the use of specialized software. This process is very popular today in industries such as gaming and motion pictures, as well as medicine and engineering.

Development, Engineering & Construction

Building Information Modeling (BIM) represents a business process that fundamentally changes the conventional roles of the owner, architect, engineers, cost estimators, program manager, and construction manager. BIM is a coordinated set of processes, supported by technology, that add value by creating, managing and sharing the properties of an asset throughout its entire lifecycle: Pre-construction, Construction, and Post construction phases.

The BIM process provides an enhanced ability to control scope, functional capabilities, and cost while minimizing the cost of design changes and coordination challenges.

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BIM Process and Methodology


Parametric modeling and library creation

Ensures the accurate and optimum use of manufacturer-specific objects to provide the proper level of information necessary for the architect

Conversion of 2D design drawings to 3D models

Converts the essential 2D architectural, structural and MEP designs of the building into 3D models that enable greater freedom of design and better visualization.

Conversion of Conceptual design to 3D models

Creates the design for 3D modeling for the concept and drawings

Collision and Clash Detection

Identifies the volume of a collision in a walkthrough environment that navigates around and interacts with the model, obeying physical rules and gravity Clash Detection: Interface check between Architecture, Structure and MEP trades to identify potential clashes during construction.

Geometry coordination: To detect if trades are physically clashed, regardless of the function.


4D BIM for scheduling using Navisworks

Links 3D model to Navisworks to get 4D Model analysis, The construction of the 4D models enables the various participants (from architects, designers, contractors to clients) of a construction project, to visualize the entire duration of a series of events and display the progress of construction activities through the lifetime of the project. This BIM-centric approach towards project management technique has a very high potential to improve the project management and delivery of construction project, of any size or complexity.

5D BIM for time, cost, quantity surveying analysis

Links 3D BIM model to 4D / 5D Navisworks and VICO software to get 5D module quantity take off (Qto). Schedules can be generated automatically from the software, based on the level of development (LOD) applied in modeling procedures and as per project specification.

Construction working drawing - development drawings

Extracts construction working drawings from the BIM model providing expressive representation on the building to a highly detailed level

Digital fabrication, shop drawings, and framing documentation as per LOD 400

The precise BIM models enable digital fabrication of essential building components that feed into the structural and MEP fabrication process. The model shop drawings can reach up to LOD 500.

Exporting the shop drawings or project designs could be via:
– PDF versions
– AutoCAD versions


Construction analysis and planning for site logistics

Construction costs can also be linked to the construction phases and supply chain established in the ERP. Simulation can be used to obtain scenarios to forecast cost and energy efficiency while keeping Architecture closest to the initial design.

Creation of As-Built Models

The BIM model linking all building design data, cut-sheet data, field changes, and other required documentation for closeout in the interest of assisting any/all contractors during this stage, becomes a single source of information and a central database, also including all necessary metadata of the model for future use.

Integration with Operation and Maintenance tools

Property plugins for two-way data exchange can be developed.

Modeling for Rendering & Graphic visualization

It allows professionals in the construction and design industry to create virtual models of projects and spaces which are yet to be developed and it allows sales people, designers and engineers to show their potential clients a virtual 3D model simulates their future development.

Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM)

To fully derive the benefits of additive manufacturing, designers need to think more deeply about the AM process and how it can be leveraged to reduce material cost, increase product functionality, and shorten assembly times.

Topology optimization and generative design are some DFAM techniques that can be used to reduce the weight of a part whilst maintaining or even enhancing it’s mechanical performance.

Lattice structures provide the added benefit of aesthetics in addition to weight reduction and performance improvement.

Part consolidation is a DFAM technique that can be used to significantly cut down assembly times whilst maintaining the structural integrity of the final product.

Structural & Flow Analysis

Structural Analysis:

Stress-Strain Analysis | Structural Optimisation | Finite Element Analysis


Flow Analysis:

Fluid Flow Simulation | Parametric Study | Turbulent Flow Analysis


3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The creation of a 3D printed object is achieved using additive processes. In an additive process, an object is created by laying down successive layers of material until the object is created (As opposed to subtractive manufacturing which is cutting out / hollowing out a piece of metal or plastic from a larger workpiece). Each of these layers can be seen as a thinly sliced horizontal cross-section of the eventual object. 3D printing enables you to produce complex shapes using less material than traditional manufacturing methods.

Industries We Cover

OffShore & Marine

Industrial Manufacturing

Military & Defense

Construction & Architecture

Oil & Gas

Robotics & Automation

Medical & Dental

3D Printed Models

Architectural Scale Models

A physical model provides a visual perspective that you can‘t achieve with drawings or other digital 3D models.

An architectural scale model helps the architects, contractors to envision the space of home or building on and can take full advantage of the views, terrain, and other aspects to explain to their team or client.

Models can be monochrome massing/conceptual models or full-color, high-detailed models & can be of any size literally!

Interior Design

Create exclusive customized designs! 3D Printing has made ideas into reality; Custom lighting fixtures, Furnitures, Wall arts, Large and small sculptures, Internal partitions walls, Feature walls, Internal facades and cladding, 3D printing can be used in limitless design freedom with variety of materials from polymers to metals to concrete giving designs ranging from a rustic look to a fully finished refined luxury.

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Industrial Models

In general, a plant or factory or huge machinery is almost impossible to visualize on its own, a scale model especially a fully coloured one or a cross-sectioned model helps the architect, contractor and owner to envision the look of the final build-out and can be an awesome display showcasing all the necessary components!

Medical Models

Medical Models can be used for pre-surgery planning and practice, patient communication and education, prosthesis testing. Models can be made in nearly any imaginable geometry through the translation of x-ray, MRI, or CT scans into digital .stl 3D print files. Helps in Improving surgical planning hence Shorter Surgical time, BLOOD LOSS, ANESTHESIA and other benefits for Patients. Reduction in Overall operation theatre time which could save more money as well as accommodate more patients.

Awards and Trophies

Unique trophies, office products or business gifts suiting to the occasion!
We offer services and products ranging from trophies, awards, mementos to souvenirs for all your requirements of sizes, material choices, unique finishes and custom-designed presentation boxes for any quantity you may require with a mix of 3D Printing technology and traditional methods.

3D Art and Custom Figurines

Event & trade Shows, museums, retail stores, Theme parks or Hotels and leisure spaces; themed models such as 3D art can provide a visually appealing and memorable experience. These models can be sculptures, murals, props, architectural, or custom and bespoke displays pieces of work ranging from small models to large dinosaur statues.

Polymer 3D Printing

Rapid Prototyping

No other manufacturing technology is more suited for rapid prototyping than additive manufacturing. Design your parts by the close of the day, and you can have them in your hand the following morning.

This production advantage is critical for any new product development especially for start-ups and innovative companies that are seeking to develop the next revolutionary product. With the option to prototype in a wide range of materials in plastics and the ability to achieve accuracies in Microns, additive manufacturing enables designers to experience first-hand the form, fit, and function of their creations before finalizing their designs.

Functional Parts & Low Volume Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing of a functional part takes the full knowledge of DfAM and Material selection for the right application We have experience printing in the full range of materials including resin (coloured and clear), nylon, PLA, ABS, carbon fibre, sandstone as well as various metals. We have deep expertise in areas such as production, Designing a functional component and assembly, Production Planning & scheduling and Post-production, Secondary finishing operations required for a fully functional component for aesthetics purpose or a stress loaded mechanical part. We have access to all the necessary equipment for production & post-processing works.

Metal Additive Manufacturing

Materials, Processes & Applications

Selective laser melting (SLM), Binder Jetting (MBJ) and Direct Energy Deposition (DED) are the most common types of Metal Additive Manufacturing. Please visit our blog to understand the processes and Material Involved in each type.

Titanium (Ti64)Inconel (IN718, IN625), Cobalt-Chromium, Stainless Steel (SS316L, 17-4 PH, 15-5 PH)Aluminium (AlSi10Mg), Maraging Steel are the most common types of metal materials available.

End Part production using customized designs for industry-specific applications and functionality. The other advantages include Reduced Time to Market, Elimination of Tooling, Weight Reductions and Intricate Internal Channels, which eventually helps reduce costs.

*Part Testing and Certifications as per clients requirements.

Additive Manufacturing Solutions

Spare Parts & Virtual Warehousing

3D printing of spare parts, Custom replacement parts & obsolete parts in various industrial sectors such as Construction, Maritime, General Engineering, Oil & gas and So on.. is already making a huge impact!

Converting a certain percentage of Physical stock into virtual data has many advantages such as reducing the inventory space, Produce on-demand and hence no MOQ ( minimum order quantity), delays in lead times and costs associated in critical aspects of the non-availabilities of the required parts. We have a strong track record in helping customers with spare part design and production.

Reverse Engineering, 3D Design, Analysis, Product development
Surface Modelling. Parametric design. Generative design
Finite Element Analysis (FEA) . Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

The product development life cycle follows the journey of an idea from inception to final product. we offer product development ( 3D Design and 3D Printing) services at key stages of the product life cycle which helps in transforming the concepts into products.


Is an application that can ideally serve the fields of architecture, surveying, BIM, 3D documentation, construction supervision, reverse engineering, historic preservation or forensic crime scene documentation.

Reverse Engineering

Reverse Engineering with a 3D Scanner or manual methods, this process involves redesigning the part or components with the exact dimensional measurement as obtained by the scan. We provide exceptional service with our highly qualified and experienced engineers for designing products who are thorough in selecting the right scanner for the right operation to achieve dimensional quality. We have in-depth knowledge in all manufacturing domains and can generate the right CAD data in the first time, hence, reducing further prototyping & developing costs.

We offer product development (3D Design and 3D Printing) services at key stages of the product life cycle which helps in transforming the concepts into products. The product development life cycle follows the journey of an idea from inception to the final product.


Our laser scanning allows the possibility to scan in direct sunlight, delivering accurate data and statutory requirements. The applications for surveying include:
1. Scanning large or distant objects
2. Project supervision
3. Deformation monitoring
4. Large volume calculation
5. Quality control

Architecture, BIM & Civil Engineering

Laser scanning also provides architects and civil engineers with an efficient tool for rapid, seamless and precise documentation of the current status of buildings and building sites of every kind. The applications for architecture, BIM and civil engineering are:
1. Facades inspection
2. Structural analysis and maintenance
3 . Construction progress monitoring
4. Built environment
5. Free-form components inspection
6. Deformations control
7. Space optimization

Heritage & Archeology

Laser scanning offers the possibility of complete and detailed 3D documentation of historical structures and excavation sites such as those need for restoration or scientific analysis purposes. The applications for heritage and archeology include:
1. Reconstruction
2. Restoration
3. Conservation

Facility and Asset Management

Laser scanning offers three-dimensional building data that provides complete and precise 3D documentation of the current status of building and building sites. The applications for facility and asset management include:
1. Documentation
2. Planning of structural alterations
3. Re-planning of technical modifications

Inspection and Reverse Engineering

Laser scanning can be of great importance in the field of inspection and reverse engineering where complex shapes can be precisely captured, inspected and re-engineered. The applications for inspection and reverse engineering include:
1. Reverse engineering
2. Interior fixtures and fittings
3. Manufacturing documentation
4. Quality control

Process Industry and Digital Factory

Laser scanning can be also be of great service for complex structures on site of technical plants such as refineries, power plants, etc. Through laser scanning, precise 3D as built data can be captured completely. The applications for it include:
1. Conversations and extensions
2. Offsite production
3. Asset managemenr
4. Training
5. Site supervision


Another field that can be serviced by laser scanning technology is naval engineering where assistance in assembly and repair can be made. Laser scanning ensures that measurements in each phase of production process are made accurately. The applications for it include:
1. As-built documentation
2. Ballast water treatment retrofit
3. Ship repair

Law Enforcement & Forensics

Another field that can be serviced by laser scanning technology is naval engineering where assistance in assembly and repair can be made. Laser scanning ensures that measurements in each phase of production process are made accurately. The applications for it include:
1. As-built documentation
2. Ballast water treatment retrofit
3. Ship repair

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