...more photos of models built by Micro-Mark customers
|An estimated 3,500 individual parts complete this impressive scratch built trestle, which measures 6 feet long by 18 inches high.
Built by Don Lawson
|MicroLux tools, including the Tilt Arbor Table Saw and Mini Lathe, play an important role in creating the imaginitive, colorful scratch built circus models of Douglas Konkle.|
|At the forefront of this dramatic nighttime holiday scene is a striking 30 inch long, 1:36 scale scratch built New York tug boat. The buildings are designed to represent South Street, NY circa 1800s.
Built by Jim Christy
|The MicroLux Miter/Cut-Off Saw and metal bending tools from Micro-Mark are crucial to the construction of this hand-made G gauge gallows turntable.
Built by Ralph & Peggy Merrill of Fall Creek Railroad Structures Co.
|This rustic railroad scene features scratch built structures made with the help of the MicroLux Table Saw and 10 Inch Professional Sander.
Built by Sergio Rinella
|This beautiful scratch built 1/24 scale Mobile Middle Bay Lighthouse took one year to construct. The real Mobile Bay appears in the background.
Built by Levi Garret
|Scratch built 1:144 scale model of the USS Des Moines is approx 5.5 feet long. The guns fire bb's with 150 lbs of compressed air, and the ship moves at a scale 30 knots.|
Built by Dana Graham
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
|1/24 cast alloy model built from 'finecast' kit.|
Built by Rod Grant
|This is a unique scratch built house (scaled to one inch equals six feet) made to comfortably fill a 1 gallon glass jug. There are about 1,000 pieces to the model, which was built in sections outside the bottle, then assembled inside.|
Built by Dana Perkins