A 3D modeler can only work based on the information provided to them. If the information provided isn’t clear, that means either stopping to clarify at every confusing point or guessing on what might be wanted.
The results are often less than ideal. Every time clarification is needed, there is a pause in the work to get there. One of the best ways to help speed a 3D model is to ensure that you have all your information together before sending it to the 3d model creator.
It may help sit with the entire team involved and work together to make the project’s information as straightforward as possible. This should include the product design service, as the job of the 3D modeler isn’t so much to design the project as to create a visual of the completed design.
By having as much information as possible to submit to the 3D modeler ahead of the project, you free them to do their work with maximum speed.
It’s not always the fault of the 3D furniture modeler when a project ends up taking longer than usual. Changes in the market can also cause the project to slow down. If another company ends up getting the same product to market while yours is still developing, improving your product is a logical step.
In this case, the 3D model will have to be modified to reflect this. A change in the market could mean the entire project has to start over from the beginning, which will cause significant delays. The project may need to be scrapped entirely as the team moves back to stage one of development.