Posts Tagged ‘model making’

Model Making: From Dream to Reality

July 25th, 2013
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architectural[Photo Credit:  DesignBoom via Pinterest]

This amazing architectural model from Renzo Piano workshop for the Whitney Museum of Art is just one example of how models are used to transform dreams into reality.

Communication is tough and model making is often used to help people visualize concepts and designs prior to building.  Seeing really is believing!  Architects often use models to show clients exactly how the finished product will look down to some of the most intricate details.

Many of our customers are model makers, both professionally and as hobbyists.  We’ve heard from many architects who write in to tell us how well our epoxies and super glues work for building prototypes and models which effectively communicate design concepts and ideas to customers.   It’s a pleasure to work with people who share our passion for “Adhering to Excellence”!

Gap Filling with Super Glue and Baking Soda

June 18th, 2012
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We’ve talked about the awesome powers that come from combining super glue and baking soda in several previous blogs including: “Holiday Shopping:  Don’t Forget the Baking Soda and Super Glue”; “Did You Know?  Making Snow”; and “Making Guitar Pics”

Check out this simple tutorial video showing what a terrific and easy way you can fill gaps using these two “must-have” home products:

[Video Credit:  You Tube:  How To Fill Simple Gaps by Lester Bursley]