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## How do you calculate scale model size?

To find the Scale of your Model: Take the length of the Full Size Ship in Feet, multiply (x) by 12 to get the Length in Inches. Take that number and Divide it by the Length of your model (also in Inches), and you will have determined the Scale.

**What size is 1000 scale?**

0.305 mm

Model scales

Ratio | Millimetres per foot |
---|---|

1:1000 | 0.305 mm |

1:800 | 0.381 mm |

1:720 | 0.423 mm |

1:700 | 0.435 mm |

**How do you calculate scale drawings?**

Find out what the scale on the drawing is. Measure the distance on the drawing using a ruler (or count the number of squares, if that’s an option). Multiply the distance you measure by the scale to give the distance in real life.

### What is a 1 1 scale?

A distance at full size : The distance at the scale used that would be the same length. For example: A full size drawing would be 1:1 (or sometimes 1/1 or ‘one to one’). A half size drawing would be 1:2.

**How many inches is a 1 50 scale?**

22′ x 12 (inches per foot) = 264 inches.

**What is 28mm scale?**

28mm scale or 28mm miniature is a phrase often used for wargaming models that are usually 28mm-35mm tall, and belong to 1:50-1:61 modeling scale.

#### What scale is 28mm?

**How to find a ruler for 1 : 300 scale?**

can anyone help? 1:300 means 1 unit on the plan represents 300 units in the real world; the ruler will be marked to show this (ie 1″ will be marked 300″ or 25 ft.) On a 1:100 scale it will be marked 100″ and you would have to to correct by 3X or 1/3 X. If you could find a ruler for 1:30 scale, you could multiply by 10 or 0.1 in your head.

**How big is a building plan at scale 1?**

what is the scale size for the building plan at scale 1:100? First, we can convert the unit from meter to centimeter. 5.2 m = 5.2 × 100 = 520 cm 4.8 m = 4.8 × 100 = 480 cm

## How to calculate the scale of a map?

An example: on a map with the scale 1:20000, 3 centimeters accord to 0.6 kilometers in reality. 1 cm ⇒ 20000 cm 3 cm ⇒ 20000 * 3 cm = 60000 cm = 600 m = 0.6 km The scale is rounded to integers, the distance of the map to 0.1, the real distance to 0.001.