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  • Cr3do - maquette Vooruitzicht

SCALE

With a model you immediately give the prospective buyer a clear overview of your project. Depending on the size and detail you want, you can choose a different scale…

Below an overview of the most common scales:

1/50: Used primarily for solo buildings.

1/100: Standard scale.

1/200: Used primarily for larger sites or allotments.

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LIGHTING

With lighting you give your model a greater wow-effect. This can be applied in various ways. For example, you have interior lighting, but outdoor lighting is also possible in the form of street lighting or garden lighting. The lighting can be switched on / off by means of a simple switch.

In addition to standard lighting, our SMART models also offer smart lighting where you can see the status per unit (For sale - option - sold). More information about this can be found in our SMART-models.

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3D PRINTING

Our models are largely made through 3D printing. The structure is drawn on the basis of your .dwg files and 3D printed. This ensures that each building is accurate to within 0.1 mm as well as being very sturdy and durable. The manual work that you encounter with classic models is largely replaced by high-end 3D prints.

Only the finish and environment of a model is done manually. But here too we use machines such as laser cutters that, like our 3D printers, can cut to an accuracy of 0.1 mm.

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MODEL BASE

With us you can choose from different types of bases for your model, depending on the look you want. For example, you can opt for a "classic" chassis on wheels or a tighter metal frame.

With classic bases you also choose from different materials so you can give a personal touch to your project.

Does the model have to be moved regularly? Or should she be able to pass through narrow openings such as a lift or single door? This is not an issue for one of our removable bases. 

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