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A.E.G. G.IV - First World War Airplane / Avion de la Première Guerre mondiale

by IngeniumCanada Nov 7, 2017
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For scale real life is
span 18.40 m
Length 9.70 m
Height 3.90 m
Wing area 67 m 2

very cool! thanks for sharing...what is the scale of this model?

We've scanned and created 3D models of a few items. For the plane models we proposed that they be mostly used in an electronic way and our partners scaled them in 3D Studio originally for purposes in a game engine, so it's a pretty arbitrary size. I assume your question of scale was in terms of 3D printing? If so, prior to printing you can establish the size you'd like since any 3D tool has a scale tool which will uniformly scale the model up or down to absolutely any size without risk of file degradation - 3D doesn't care about size.
Hope this helps and we'd love to know what you do with the file.
Ingenium - Canada's Museums of Science and Innovation

thanks for the advice, sometimes designers upload models base on a scale.... that way its better to know what size the printed model represents... for example, tigerace models https://www.thingiverse.com/TigerAce1945/about all are 1/100 scale .. so from there we can make any scale... cheers!