We certainly think so. Photographs, line drawings and schematics are certainly useful, but they only give a 2 dimensional understanding of how something really works.
THE POWER OF 3D MODELLING
3D models move and interact in a simulation of their real-world counterparts and give people a fuller understanding; providing visual context to how different parts of a model move and interact with one another.
Traditional 2D formats like product pamphlets and instruction manuals, even in a digital format, lack this interactivity and perspective into a component's real-world application. 3D models allow users to effortlessly pull components apart from each other to get a better understanding of how they work on an individual level.