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Boost Your Sales Presentation With 3D Foam Models

It’s no secret that the human brain learns more easily when information is presented in three dimensions instead of two, and when the information is representative of what you want your audience to actually see and interact with, your sales presentation will be much more successful. Foam 3D models are an excellent way to do this, and they make excellent sales presentation materials.

Cause a Great First Impression

3D Models Printed with 3D Printing Technology
Using models for presentation can help clients visualize.

A great first impression is essential to any successful sales presentation. With all of the various product and service options, it can be hard to get your audience’s attention. One way to make an impact is by using a 3D foam model of your product or service, which can be used as a prop or visual aid. What are some other ways you can use props in your presentation?

  • Using props that are unique or unusual will help you stand out from the competition and make an impact on your audience. 
  • Make sure that the props you select match up with the theme of your presentation. 
  • Try not to have too many props at once – this may distract from what you’re trying to convey.

How to Choose a Design

Choosing the right design and foam material can be challenging. You want to choose a design that will best suit your purposes and the foam material that is most compatible with your budget. The following are a few things to keep in mind when choosing these aspects for your model.

1) Size of the model – The size of the model should be proportional to the object you’re modeling. If you’re creating a model of an item that’s really large, then it would be wise to go for larger foam sheets, or multiple smaller sheets if you only have access to small ones.

2) Complexity of geometry – The more complex an object is, generally speaking, the more detail and time it will take to make a good quality representation of it in 3D foam.

3) Design Style – Some designs may be easier than others to recreate in foam. For example, organic shapes like trees may not work as well as geometric shapes like spheres or cubes. Keep this in mind when deciding what kind of design you’d like on your model. It’ll save you time and frustration down the road!