Three-dimensional graphics typically deal with a virtual, imaginary three-dimensional space to be displayed on a flat, two-dimensional surface or paper. There are several ways to display the three-dimensional information in a volumetric form, although most of them represent three-dimensional characteristics with many conditions, as they work with stereo images. Stereo glasses, virtual helmets, and 3D-displays are able to display three-dimensional images. Several manufacturers have demonstrated the readiness for serial production of three-dimensional displays. However, they still do not allow you to create a solid-state in a physical, tangible copy of a mathematical model that is easily created by three-dimensional graphics. Developing since the 1990s, technology of rapid prototyping eliminates this gap. This technology uses a mathematical representation of the object model as a solid-state object (so-called “Voxel model”).