An industrial model is a way to sell your product by presenting its unique features in a way that everyone can understand with the help of an architectural model. An industrial model can be an exact replica of the present technologies or basic construction or it can emphasize a certain aspect of the product using the cut design, the work pieces or the lights and the sound that emanates from / within it.
If your product is small, the technologies used allow us to increase its size to display complicated parts that would otherwise go unnoticed with the naked eye. Likewise, if the product or project is a large and difficult one, an industrial model or a model of this type, in a more compact size, will represent its design in a form that is easier to handle, transport and understand.
Industrial models can also tell a story, like other types of projects of this type. Maybe your product or project is an idea, a process or a system which is not easy to explain. Thanks to a model, we can create a physical representation that makes the whole project / product more readable, possible to be assessed and tangible.
Blueprint Architecture creates industrial models that catch the public’s attention and contribute to the development of emotions from the spectators. The purpose of the model is to attract people and help them understand what you are selling, no matter what industry you come from.
Everyone can appreciate and will relate to what you have to offer when it is presented in the form of a physical model or through a model of industrial architecture. The industrial model is a creative tool to express a manufacturing process or just to reproduce an installation within the technological flow.
Industrial models differ and can be transformed from a simple conceptual demonstration of working principles, to a detailed presentation of the architectural model, which depends on the purpose of the model.
The production of an industrial model is a relatively complicated and complex process, in which numerous parameters and technical details are taken into account. Model manufacturers need to understand the objects, processes or phases of the technological flow which represent the basic principles for making an industrial architectural model, and then turn the operating process into a physical object.
Adding interactive elements, such as the practical modeling of a technological flow and the physical operation through an architectural model with a mobile concept, can help potential stakeholders to better understand what the model aims to represent, and installing a lighting system on an industrial model can highlight the specificity of workflows.
Thus, some industrial models have a dynamic effect which allows the public to see the whole process and is therefore an invaluable tool in trading events to attract the attention of potential customers and to gain their trust and persuade them to purchase your product / installation / company.
The industrial model of the building / process or installation can be used on several occasions and, when displayed as a central piece in a public exhibition, will be seen as a decorative object, to the detriment of a real, miniature piece with different practical applications.
In order to transport architectural models for display in different contexts, it will be necessary to pay particular attention to their construction, the construction materials used, and their packaging and transport, so as to ensure that their appearance and functions are kept intact until they reach the destination.