Reproductions – Architectural Models – Landscape Models – Serial Productions
From 3D surveying to the exhibition model – full service from a single source. Model building and replica production in museum quality.
Our model making department uses various computer-aided CNC milling and 3D printing technologies (e.g. rapid prototyping, fused filament fabrication (FFF), sand printing) as well as moulding and casting processes. Through manual post-processing and artistic colour finishing, we turn your haptic exhibition and presentation model into a unique object.
Call us for a free and detailed consultation about the documentation and reproduction method, the most suitable material and the appropriate technique.
We can generate the 3D data set for you or use your own to produce a haptic exhibition model.
You can choose to add interactive multimedia information through 3D projections, with VR content to appear on smart phones and tablets via programmed tracking or simply 2D information presented on integrated touch panels.
The non-contact 3D survey is usually carried out on site. Objects can also be brought or sent to us for scanning. All other steps and individual intermediate results (e.g. positioning and size of your logo etc.) will be coordinated with you. Before serial production begins you will receive a final specimen in the desired material. Only then, after your ultimate approval, will the serial producion launch.
Your exhibition model is either printed in the original colour texture or manually painted by our in-house artist according to your guidelines in order to achieve a vivid look. Popular models include modern or historical architectural models, models of church, models of sculptures, copies of archaeological finds or museum pieces.
Models for exterior use are produced with weather resistant materials such as bronze, artificial stone or concrete. The most sought-after models include models with Braille, tactile models and relief plates.
Producing prototypes for the automotive industry, in mechanical engineering or during the various stages of product design. Photo right: Over-size copy and original size copy of a bronze fibual.