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Optatus Berlin - OBL 2242 - Apollo - 1:1250 - Waterline model - Original packed


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Ship model of the Apollo in scale 1:1250 by Optatus Berlin.

  • Manufacturer: Optatus Berlin
  • Model number: OBL 2242
  • Model type: Waterline model
  • Scale: 1:1250
  • Type of ship: Ferry ship
  • Ship name: Apollo
  • Shipping company: Eestin Linjat
  • Condition: 2000
  • Year of manufacture: -
  • Material: Metal
  • Model condition: Brand new
  • Special feature: -
  • Original packed: Yes
  • Attention: 14+ no toy
  • Delivery in Germany usually takes place within 2-3 working days.
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  • If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time.

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Optatus Berlin - OBL 2242 - Apollo - 1:1250 - Waterline model - Original packed


About Optatus Berlin

The small model shipyard from Optatus Berlin is located in Berlin Spandau. There the models are lovingly cast by hand and painted by hand. In addition to cargo ships, the portfolio also includes ferries and cruise ships.

The production of the mold

First, a master model of a ship is created based on the general plan. This can be done either by hand or using 3D printing. The master model serves as a template and is then cast in silicone rubber. After the rubber has hardened, the master model is removed and the negative mold remains.

Production of the model ship

The negative mold is used as a mold to fill a hot metal alloy. The liquid metal fills all the fine angles of the shape, making all the details on the model visible later. After cooling, the cast model is removed from the mold and cleaned to prepare it for painting. The painting, painting and decal placement are all done by hand.