model is a representation, rather than an exact
prototype of an item. There are many levels of
uses, as well as finishes, depending what the
model is needed for. Some of these include:
Often made for new products for
advertising purposes before the ?real thing? is
Wave Tank or Wind Tunnel
Models: Precise scale models are used
in the concept-testing of sea-worthiness or
Depicts an idea of how a product works for Trade
Shows, Demonstration Booths, etc.
Using customer-supplied CAD information, Matrix
can proof final designs and verify information
prior to expensive tooling production.
Court Litigation Model:
Used as a visual aid to present a side of a
Used to demonstrate fit and function of a
Shape Study Model:
Preliminary study of shape and style.
Often used as an award or presentation to VIPs.