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Dspiae AT-AS Aluminium Alloy Scale Ruler

$18.99 AUD
Versatile multi-scale aluminum triangular scale for precise measurements in model building. Six scales (1:24, 1:35, 1:48, 1:72, 1:100, 1:144) etched on three sides for easy reference. Durable and lightweight aluminum alloy construction ensures long-lasting performance.
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Key features

1. Versatile Multi-Scale Design: With six different scales (1:24, 1:35, 1:48, 1:72, 1:100, 1:144) conveniently etched on its three sides, this triangular scale caters to a wide range of model building projects, from cars to aircraft to military models.

2. Enhanced Precision and Accuracy: The triangular shape and precisely engraved markings ensure accurate measurements and consistent readings, enabling model builders to achieve precise results in their creations.

3. Durable Aluminum Alloy Construction: Crafted from lightweight yet durable aluminum alloy, this triangular scale offers long-lasting performance and resistance to wear and tear, making it a reliable tool for model builders of all levels.

FAQ

Dspiae AT-AS Aluminium Alloy Scale Ruler

Scale Ruler of highest quality. Made of alloy and anodized red if you are serious about your modelling and like scratch building this is a essential piece of equipment.

Scale: 1/144, 1/100, 1/72, 1/48, 1/35, 1/24

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the dimensions and materials of the Aluminum Triangular Scale (1:24 1:35 1:48 1:72 1:100 1:144)?

The Aluminum Triangular Scale (1:24 1:35 1:48 1:72 1:100 1:144) is typically around 15-20 cm long and made of lightweight and durable aluminum alloy. The exact dimensions may vary depending on the specific manufacturer and model.

What is the purpose of the multiple scales on the Aluminum Triangular Scale (1:24 1:35 1:48 1:72 1:100 1:144)?

Each scale on the Aluminum Triangular Scale (1:24 1:35 1:48 1:72 1:100 1:144) represents a different ratio of the actual object size to the model size. For example, the 1:24 scale means that one unit on the scale represents 24 units on the actual object.

How are the different scales used in model building?

Model builders use different scales depending on the size and type of model they are working on. For instance, larger scales like 1:24 and 1:35 are commonly used for car models, while smaller scales like 1:72 and 1:144 are often used for aircraft and military models.

What are the advantages of using an aluminum triangular scale?

Aluminum triangular scales offer several advantages over traditional rulers or tapes: Precision: The triangular shape and etched markings ensure accurate measurements and consistent readings. Durability: Aluminum construction provides long-lasting durability and resistance to wear and tear. Versatility: Multiple scales on a single tool cater to a wide range of model building projects.

What are some specific applications of the Aluminum Triangular Scale (1:24 1:35 1:48 1:72 1:100 1:144)?

The Aluminum Triangular Scale (1:24 1:35 1:48 1:72 1:100 1:144) finds various applications in model building, including: Measuring model parts and components for accurate assembly. Determining the correct size of decals and other embellishments. Enlarging or reducing dimensions for scratchbuilding or custom modifications. Checking the overall scale and proportions of a model.

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