Museum 3d Models

Museum 3D Models- Archetype 3D

In our 20 years of experience we have build models for a large number of projects varying from technical civil engineering construction projects, aerospace, land development, trade-show and marketing. Such kind of projects requires technical expertise that comes with years of experience. There are some projects that not only give you money but a sense of feeling that you really enjoy and building models for Museum project is one of them.

Archetype 3D has build Yellowstone museum model that shows Yellowstone Park and a good piece of the state of Montana. This model shows Yellowstone as it was hundred years ago. Only reason behind not transforming it into modern look was to demonstrate the historic water ways in a tactile way for children to enjoy. A touch screen computer was added to the display to help educate and entertain. This model developed by Archetype team has now become center of attraction for thousands of kids and give us a real feel of satisfaction and appreciation.

Changing the prospect of business

What you should perform on stage depends upon the type of audience sitting in front of you. We also think the same way while taking any projects. Most important factors that we consider while working on any project:

• What size this model will be?
• What materials and processes are best to use?
• What this model is going to be used for?
• What special effects we can add to this model?
• What is the Model area?
• How much time we have for this project?
• What is the budget for this model?

Choosing our services

We measure our success on the basis of satisfaction of our clients. When your work is appreciated you desire to do better and better. Right from the models of museums to state-of-the-art conference rooms we are here to offer the best services.

Scale Models for Museums – Ice Core

The great thing about being a model maker is that you never know what challenges the next project will bring. I live in Boulder CO, the location of NCAR, UCAR, NOAA, NIST and many other federal letters. The National Center for Atmospheric Research has offices in one...

Magnet icon models

This display features several magnet model. We built this for the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) here in Colorado. This display in the NCAR showroom features a table top computer that reads the marking tags under each model. The program then displays...

Yellowstone museum model

This model shows Yellowstone Park and a good piece of the state of Montana. This museum model does not show Yellowstone as it is, but as it was hundreds of years ago. The intent is to demonstrate the historic water ways in a tactile way for children to enjoy. In order...

Colorado Topo model

Not every museum model is large. This highly detailed model shows all the landforms in the state of Colorado but only measure 11″ x 15″. The scale on this remarkable display is 1″ = 25.8 miles and it has a 4:1 vertical exaggeration. Every mountain...

Model of the sun’s core

The Space Science Institute had us build this touring model of the sun. Now seen in libraries around the country, this educational display reveals the the inner workings of the gaseous giant. I am sure we haven’t managed to send any probes deep into the sun so I...

Grand Tetons Topo model

This model is located in the Moose Visitors Center at the entrance to the Grand Tetons. It is a display that can be shown flat on the surface of the stand, or propped up at an angle to make it easy to see and discuss specific features. Like many of the National Park...

El Camino Museum Display

Lights, sound and interactive buttons are the hallmark of this large model. This highly detailed topo model shows portions of Texas, New Mexico and down through Mexico to demonstrate the trade route that was the Camino Real trail. This model built for the Museum of...