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Pacmin Studio Makes Debut Tradeshow Appearance at ExhibitorLIVE 2016

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  • Pacmin Studio makes its first tradeshow appearance since its formation in 2015
  • Their booth will feature a special effects demonstration, projection mapping and precision engineered models

LAS VEGAS, Nevada (February 29, 2016) – Pacmin Studio, the special projects division of Pacmin, makes its debut tradeshow appearance at ExhibitorLIVE taking place at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada from February 28 through March 3. PacMin Studio will be exhibiting at Booth 1711, located near the back of the exhibit hall.

With their recent business partnership with CGI and multimedia studio BlueSky CGI, Pacmin Studio expands its capabilities beyond traditional model making and displays. The booth features both their new and traditional capabilities including projection mapping and scale models. Members of the PacMin Studio team will also demonstrate special effects on a seven foot tall rocket mock-up.

“ExhibitorLIVE is our team’s first standalone appearance and we are excited to showcase our capabilities and connect with other industry leaders,” said William To, Director of Engineering and Technology. “We want to give audiences a taste of what our team can bring to the table. We can build that extra WOW factor you need.”

Since Pacmin Studio’s formation in 2015, the team has fabricated large scale and interactive displays for numerous clients. Photos from ExhibitorLIVE can be viewed online at:

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About Pacmin Studio

Officially formed in 2015, Pacmin Studio is the special projects division of Pacific Miniatures, Inc. and engineers emotionally engaging displays including visually dynamic cutaways, interactive exhibits, articulating models, and full-size mock-ups. In addition to serving the aviation and aerospace industries, Pacmin Studio designs highly customized marketing solutions for the transportation, defense, medical and other industries. Visit or connect on LinkedIn.


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