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Archicgi   2/6/2016 4:55:13 AM
We would like to represent our 3d visualization and 3d modeling services
ArchiCGI was founded in June 2011 by a team of designers who saw the need for change in architectural visualization service . The available options were too expensive, too slow, too inaccurate, or all of the above, so in true entrepreneurial spirit, they founded their own architectural visualization company. ArchiCGI has since expanded to become a new kind of ArchiCGI service with a wide variety of options. We are proud to offer high-quality service to our esteemed clients.
We propose to start our relationships from test drive. Test drive is a unique opportunity for you to go through the first project with ArchiCGI straight to the final images without prepaying for the work. No advance payments – just a TEST DRIVE to see how things are going.
Find out how you can save time and money using 3d visualization in your projects.
Looking forward to starting work on your project!

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Re: Sheet metal?
Aeroengineer   9/21/2013 11:34:37 AM
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I have not been able to play with anything on the sheetmetal side of things.  I know that it would not be difficult to model up a sheetmetal design, though I am not sure if it has the built in ability to unfold it.  I will go play later this week and let you know.

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Sheet metal?
antedeluvian   9/21/2013 7:57:47 AM
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