3D carved Arch
An Arch is a vertical curved structure that spans an elevated space and may or may not support the weight above it.
Arches may be synonymous with vaults, but a vault may be distinguished as a continuous arch forming a roof.
In this case, we have a decorative arch for the doorway decoration.
This 3D carved arch is a hundred percent practical to be made out of wood, stone, etc. or even for 3d printing.
You can also use the different formats of this model (which is stl, fbx, and obj) according to the software you are using. You will receive separate links to download each format.
If you didn’t find the size or format you are looking for, please feel free to contact us. We’ll be glad to help you out.
We can also make some changes to make this file more practical for your purpose.
You can also find different forms of 3D carved arches here.
Here is an idea of using this object for a doorway
Tip: Move your mouse around the picture to find the baguette’s link that is used for this doorway.
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A little hint on how to produce this object!
If you are using a 3D printer, the easiest way is to print it is to place it on the bed of your 3D printer. It’s highly unlikely that you would need additional supports for this model. Of course, if it is too big for your machine bed, you need to divide it into different sections.
Now if you are a CNC milling user and your material of choice is wood, you can either use a flat 3Axis CNC machine or a 4/5Axis machine. Obviously the results won’t be the same. By using a 3Axis machine, you would probably need to do some finishings manually, but with a 4/5 Axis CNC machine, you can get the job done completely! The best-recommended tool for milling this piece is a tapered spherical tool (also known as CNC carving tool) that can eliminate the need for a pre-cast roughing procedure and can produce the part in just one act!
And lastly, if the material is stone or glass, you can use electroplated tapered spherical tools to carve this model, and don’t forget to use plenty of proper coolant on the tool. It’s highly unlikely that you would need a separate roughing procedure for this model, so a good milling tool might be able to do it at once unless you scale the model into some enormous sizes!