A model or sample item created by hand for evaluation, demonstration or testing. Also known as a "folding dummy" or "prototype."
A physical demonstration model, built to scale, to verify proposed design fit, critical clearances, and operator interfaces. [D04146] CSM
It is a full size replica of a car made of wood and clay. It is primarily used for design studies.
Model built to scale for display or study.
A hardware or software mock-up is a prototype used to assist designers to assess some aspect of the design with which they do not have much experience
A full-size model of a vehicle made of wood and clay, used for design studies. Also see prototype.
Typically a full-size model used to test scale, color, appearance, legibility and/or aethetic aspects. Usually made of materials that simulate final construction materials and finishes. Also called maquette.
full-scale working model of something built for study or testing or display
a scale model of a spacecraft, such as the Shuttle or Spacelab, that is used for training and planning purposes
A full-scale model of proposed structure.
A full-size model used to test scale, appearance, color, legibility and/or aesthetic aspects of a sign system. These may be made of materials that appear similar to final construction materials and finishes, or they may be constructed of the final construction materials themselves.
Three-dimensional working model used where the actual object is either unavailable or too expensive to use. Mock-ups may emphasize some elements while eliminating nonessential elements.
A full size sample or model of a unit normally used to judge appearance and performance.
A full-size model built accurately for study, testing or display.
In common usage, a mock-up is a scale model of a structure or device, usually used for teaching, demonstration, testing a design, etc.