Hello All, -I'm currently working on an architecture model to be presented in a gallery in a few months. I'm trying to figure out if the 3D printing of the facade will be a viable option for the project. -The dimensions of the model are 133.5 cm long, 53 cm wide, and 18 cm high. The thickness of the facade is 5 mm to scale. This thickness can change to become a hollow object or thinner to fit the printing standards so that it will not warp or break. I was suggested to make the facade 2mm thick. I'm wondering which option will be easier (diagram included). Option 1 in which we print a solid 2mm surface then go back and manually model the portion behind? Or if option 2 is a possibility in which the back and front facades are 1mm thick and has some type of waffle system in between them for support? I really need the facade to be as flat and accurate as possible. - The facade is a stone texture, so we are looking to get a rough appearance vs a flat plane. I can certainly model in the texture of a roughness but what level of depth or thickness will the texture need for it to be picked up in the white strong and flexible. - We have areas of the facade that are recessed back in between bricks. Will the thickness of recessed areas always need to be at least .7mm or can some areas get thinner? I have attached some images showing the facade and the details that we are looking to acheive. Thanks for your help!