Fine cuts for model railways

The world in miniature format

The timber framework front of this small riding stable is made of plywood, giving the model railway a particularly realistic appearance.

Other typical materials used in model making:

Toy models just do not have the right effect unless they give a convincing image of the real world. The models must be made as realistically as possible in order to bring the miniature world to life and this is where accuracy in detail plays a vital role. Both extremely fine contours can be cut as well as delicate filigree details and surface structures engraved with the laser cutting and engraving systems from eurolaser.  It is exactly these properties of laser technology that are later reflected in the various materials rendering walls, roofs or paths attractive and realistic.

This versatility, both in the choice of materials and the wide range of applications, is what makes the laser systems from eurolaser such an all-round alternative for the model making branch.

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Model house
3 mm
Small series, large series
63 sec (for both parts) with 100W laser power
approx. 150 x 100 mm
high / medium / low
high / medium / low
Model railways, model making, toys