The Dallas Theological Seminary and Graduate School of Theology has a medallion on the exterior for the organization seal. While renovating the building, the designers wanted to recreate a new seal matching the original design.
The AAS team took pictures of the original seal and developed a 3D model.
Once the 3D rendering was approved, the AAS team developed a wooden model using CNC machining.
The next step was to create a rubber form using the wooden model. The manufacturing team used this rubber form and specific admixture for the approved color to fabricate the new cast stone medallion.
The new medallion matched the original shape, intricate design details, and the signage letters with the specific fonts, preserving the school’s tradition and image.
With 3D Modeling and CNC machining capabilities, AAS provides unparalleled design freedom to customers for a range of creative stone art designs. AAS can recreate artistic stone design pieces from photographs. In case if designers have a 3D Model developed, the AAS team can use that as well.