Disadvantages of three dimensional models, Project Management

Disadvantages of Three Dimensional Models

  1. They require more storage area,
  2. They are comparatively expensive than templates,
  3. It is difficult to take them to shop floor for referenced purposes,
  4. It involves the additional cost of making two dimensional model layout to make it more effective.
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