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scale model

[′skāl ¦mäd·əl]
(graphic arts)
A three-dimensional representation of an object or structure having all parts in the same proportion of their true size.
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The Dubai-headquartered distributor will also present scale models to each of tonight's award winners.
Designed for modelers age 14 and older, the collection offers detailed scale models of famous battle tanks ranging from the M4 Sherman-the World War II workhorse used by the U.
The outdoor stand will be dedicated to aerial platforms with a scale model of Indra's MANTIS mini UAV.
5 percent scale model of a heavy-lift, subsonic airplane with a 240-foot wingspan that possibly could be developed in the next 15 to 20 years for military applications such as aerial refueling and cargo missions.
Wheeled out onto one of the Department of Defense headquarters hallways, the one inch to seven feet scale model is an exact replica of the Abbottabad building where Osama lived in for five years before his death in on May 2, 2011.
The functional scale model will be displayed on the Aviation Expo/China 2011 exhibit of Safran (Stand Y-1A) during the September 21-24 event at the China National Convention Center.
The model company had just begun using computer modeling in conjunction with CNC machining and 3D digital printing for producing scale model parts and patterns when it faced production of a part for which it had no plans.
The lovingly-made scale model took the late Ted Dillon, of Yardley, eight months to complete in 1993.
Doug Hanson is 17, something of a loner, and obsessed with many things--including the exact scale model of the Golden Gate Bridge he is building of matchsticks for the model railroad town in his basement.
Covert is a worldwide authority on car modeling and has written many articles and books on the subject, but Building And Detailing Scale Model Cars is one of his best, appealing to both newcomers and experienced modelers alike.
Another recent work, I Was Overcome with a Momentary Panic at the Thought That They Might Be Right, 2005, represents "an exact replica of a scale model of all detonations in Beirut between 1975 and 1991, designed by the senior topographer in the Lebanese army's Directorate of Geographic Affairs, Nahia Hassan.
The scale model of the lifeboat, named Robert and Susan, is complete in every detail, down to oars and rowlocks.