GUIDE TO APPROVING MODELS
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PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE APPROVING MODELS
All models can be viewed in the 3D viewer below. You will be supplied a supporting Excel document to either approve or add comments.
All models are created to the highest international standards.
You may however find some issues with models and these are the reasons and what may be required from your side.
It is important to note that all models are created from the blue prints / technical drawing supplied by yourselves.
Details such as logos are missing - Whilst we try our best to align the technical drawing with the photo supplied the logo size and position should be on the technical spec.
The finish looks different - If this is a non standard finish, we will match as close as possible, if this looks wrong, Please supply us with a High Resolution JPEG of this finish, this will allow us to match as closely as possible.
Sizes / Dimensions look wrong from actual product - All models have been constructed and checked against the blue prints / technical drawing supplied by yourselves. Please refer back to these drawings you submitted before requesting a Redo. (If the model matches the tech spec a charge will be incurred).
The model / logo changes colour on rotation - The models work in exactly the same way in which a real product would. This means colouring will change depending on the lighting reflecting off it. Bright light will cause logos to get lighter or disappear just like they would in real life. The lighting on the model will change once it has been put into the virtual showroom.
Fine Details are missing - Whilst we try our best to align the technical drawing with the photo supplied the logo size and position should be on the technical spec.
Please remember these are renderings and not photographs, whilst they have been created to the highest standards and rendered in 8K, they were created digitally.
Please let us know all the issues on the forms that have been sent separately and our team will ensure that corrections are done.