How Big Is A Scale Model 1:144 Size?


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A scale model is the term used to describe a representation or duplication of an item which is bigger or smaller in size than the original item being duplicated. Most frequently a scale model is smaller in size than the original and is generally made use of as a guide in constructing the item at its original size. Scale models are constructed or accumulated for a variety of purposes. For instance, engineering professionals construct scale models to analyse the probable functioning of a certain pattern at an early phase of development, thus avoiding the whole expenditure incurred in the construction of a full sized design.

A scale model can be of any size that the maker wants it to be, however, its parts and component sizes should be in proportion to the original design.

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