Profession recreation model maker
Recreation model makers design and construct recreation scale models from various materials such as plastic, wood, wax and metals, mostly by hand.
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- Realistic / Conventional
- Realistic / Artistic
- Realistic / Investigative
The theory and art of predicting prototype performance from scale model observations.
- Toys and games safety recommendations
Safety instructions of games and toys, according to the materials they are composed of.
- Toys and games trends
Latest developments in the games and toys industry.
- CAD software
The computer-aided design (CAD) software for creating, modifying, analysing or optimising a design.
- Toys and games industry
Types of products available in the games and toys industry and of the major suppliers in the field.
- Pack goods
Pack different kinds of goods such as finished manufactured products or goods in use. Pack goods by hand in boxes, bags and other types of containers.
- Ensure finished product meet requirements
Ensure that finished products meet or exceed company specifications.
- Design scale models
Design imitations of products such as vehicles or buildings which accurately represent the dimensions of the product in a smaller format.
- Inspect toys and games for damage
Identify damage and cracks in games and toys in the store; take appropriate actions to remedy.
- Assemble toys
Fit body parts and accessories together using different tools and techniques depending on the toy materials such as gluing, welding, screwing or nailing.
- Apply a protective layer
Apply a layer of protective solutions such as permethrine to protect the product from damage such as corrosion, fire or parasites, using a spray gun or paintbrush.
- Perform toys finishing
Put the finishing touches to toys such as painting details, adding embroideries or markings, mounting hair, eyes and teeth.