Stangel PHU has been operating since 1990 and specialise in the construction of scale models of buildings and equipment at any scale. The team achieve this with the use of <a href="t3://page?uid=13071">laser engraving</link> technology.
The team is composed of creative people who are passionate about scale modelling who have put their year's of experience and laser technology into their work.
The construction process is based on a thorough analysis of the project, including consultation and recognition of the customer's requirements. Only tested materials and devices are used for the construction of scale models. Scale models may be equipped with additional features such as lighting fixtures or various mechanisms which activate individual elements. Everything can be operated from your tablet.
High quality, modern design and assembly techniques as well as a professional approach to the entrusted tasks have received recognition and approval among customers. The company's efforts are reflected in the multiple testimonials published on their website.
Stangel has initiated co-operation with many key Polish architecture firms, including, among others, the Warsaw design studio of Prof. Kuryłowicz, Konior Studio from Katowice and AGG Architects from Łódź. Since their founding 28 years ago, the company has made historical scale models of old towns, settlements and fortresses, for such institutions including:
- Nadwislanskie Museum in Kazimierz Dolny
- Mazovian Museum in Płock
- Museum of Warsaw
- Museum of Łowicz
- Regional Museum in Kutno
- Regional Museum of Suwałki
- Open-air Museum in Szurpiły near Jeleniewo
- Culture Park of City Fortifications in Gdańsk
- Museum of Vistula in Wyszogród
- Praga District Museum
A couple of years ago, Stangel made an oval 1:160 scale model of Płock of the year 1800. The size of the work was impressive, reaching 40 m². The space was filled with hundreds of models of wooden and brick architectural objects, people and animal figurines. The project also features part of the Vistula river together with items floating on its surface.
The scale model can be found in the permanent historical exhibition in the Mazovian Museum in Płock.
In 2005, the Nadwislanskie Museum in Kazimierz Dolny entrusted Stangel with the construction of a historical scale model of the town at a scale of 1:1500. The design shows the condition of the town as it was in 1900. It harmoniously combines the surrounding landforms with the nature and architecture. The scale model has special lighting features that it can be switched between different stages of the day, including the morning hours, noon and sunset. At the time of delivery it was the only design of its kind in Poland.
Stangel takes pride in the construction of the model of the concert hall of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice at a scale of 1:10. The model was used for the acoustic research carried out by the renowned Japanese company, Nagata Acoustics. Inside of the model there were figurines dressed in eveningwear, as well as tiny microphones and speakers.
In addition to phenomenal models, Stangel makes also self-assembly kits. The range includes models of old railway stations, historical tenement houses and interior design accessories for 18th or 19th century-styled models.
Stangel products can be bought at the company’s premises, via their on-line store at www.stangel.pl or at trade fairs, such as those in Nuremberg, Leipzig, Cologne or Dortmund.
After work, the company’s owner, Mr Tomasz Stangel, is devoted to his long-term passion, which is the construction of a large-scale, computer-controlled railway model.
In September 2017 Trotec held an application contest for our customers from all over the world. On the occasion of our 20th anniversary, we invited the Trotec laser users to send us pictures presenting their most fascinating, creative or unique applications made using Trotec machines. Stangel was one of the 20 winners of the contest who will now have the chance to enjoy the Speedy 360 flexx dual source laser engraving machine for an entire year. Stangel have utilised a Speedy 300 laser engraver for a couple of years prior to winning the Speedy 360 flexx..