3D Map USA

Generate and edit 3D maps of the United States of America in minutes!
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Print a Piece of the USA as 3D Map

You can export your 3D map as PNG file with transparent background in a size of up to 4000 x 4000 px. You can easily integrate this PNG into your layout and create print files from it. For example for canvas prints, poster, brochures or flyers.

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Terrain 3D Print of the U.S.A.

Hold a piece of the United States in your hands and take it with you everywhere. Feel the terrain of the Yellowstone National Park or glide over the Yosemite National Park Mountains with your fingertips. Download the 3D print file (STL or OBJ) and print your India map in 3D.

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Embed USA 3D Maps on your Website

You can easily embed 3D maps on your website. You can create labels and pins. Use different textures for the map borders and background sky.

Your visitor can explore the map by rotating and zooming. The interactive 3D map is not just a image of a piece of India, it is an eye-catcher and the visitor will enjoy your website!

Grand Canyon: The example 3D map shows a section of the Canyonlands National Park with the Dead Horse Point State Park, a state park of Utah in the United States, featuring a dramatic overlook of the Colorado River.

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Download USA 3D Map as 3D file

Export the 3D map as a 3d file and use it in other 3D software. GLB or glTF can be selected as the export format.

In the example you see a 3D map of the U.S.A. rendered with Blender. It was imported with our free Blender add-on.

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Facts about the United States

The United States of America (U.S.A., USA, United States, U.S., US or America) are the third-largest country by total area and located in North America. With a population of over 331 million it is the 3. most populous country in the world. The national capital is Washington, D.C., located on the east bank of the Potomac River.The first known use of the name “America” dates to 1507, when it appeared on a world map produced by the German cartographer Martin Waldseemüller.