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In the past, enlarging and reducing designs was a tedious and time-consuming task that required a skilled sculptor and a drawing tool called a pantograph or a trained eye. Fortunately, advancements in computer design and CNC machining have streamlined the process. However, creating an accurate enlargement or reduction still requires the expertise of both a knowledgeable computer technician and a master sculptor.

Our experienced staff begins by scanning your original model. From there, your project is either scaled up or reduced to the required size. Depending on the project, materials like high-density urethane foam, styrofoam, or MDF are then cut and hand-finished to achieve the desired result.

Enlarging or reducing a design is a complex process, and our dedicated team collaborates with you to determine the best materials and processes for your project.

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