Paris Air Show 2017
Are you ready? Paris Air Show opens June 19th this year!
Let our team of seasoned experts prepare you for the biggest show of the year.
Now is the time to finalize your exhibit and desktop model needs.
- Models made to your specifications
- Highly customizeable including custom bases
- Add lights, movement, and interactivity
Call or contact us to order your custom scale models, photorealistic CGI, and other promotional aviation themed models.
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See what models and displays have made headlines at past tradeshows.
Miniatures in Mythos
In his book Hero With A Thousand Faces, Joseph Campbell coined the term monomyth to describe the “common heroic narrative in which a heroic protagonist sets out, has transformative adventures, and returns home.”1 The monomyth provides a formula for comparing myths across time and culture. The monomyth’s existence suggests that a set of similar traits…
What Did The Tuskegee Airmen Do After WWII?
Who were the Tuskegee Airmen? The Tuskegee Airmen were devoted, ambitious young men who volunteered to become the first Black military airmen in the United States of America.1 How did the Tuskegee Airmen get their start? In the late 1930s, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his administration debated U.S. involvement in the war in Europe.2…
Corporations Benefit from Stadium Spots and Naming Rights
Constructing and maintaining massive stadiums is an expensive enterprise. For example, the approximate cost to construct the SoFi stadium in Los Angeles was $5.5 billion. To cover stadium expenditures, today’s corporations have strong incentives to pay for perks such as naming rights and sponsored stadium locations. Read on to learn how stadium investments are beneficial…
How Amelia Earhart Financed Her Expeditions
Amelia Earhart is best known for her flying endeavors, but many people don’t know about the fascinating and creative ways she funded her expeditions. Cosmopolitan Editor, Lecturer In 1928, Earhart became aviation editor for Cosmopolitan magazine. Her first article was published in November of that year. In her articles, she answered readers’ questions about aviation…
Joseph Kastner Brings 3D-Printing to Pacmin Studios
What is Additive Manufacturing? Commonly interchanged with the term 3D printing, additive manufacturing is “the process of creating an object by building it one layer at a time.”1 Historically, standard manufacturing has been a subtractive process in which an object is created by cutting away at a volume of material. How Has Additive Manufacturing Changed…