Examples of our standard molecular models and crystal structure models

At Miramodus, we produce a hugely diverse range of models for a wide range of applications, from small presentation or display models through to huge installations.

Categorising molecular models can be a somewhat artificial and arbitrary exercise. So, for example, should we list a crystal structure model of NaCl as a teaching model, a mineral model or an inorganic structure model? Obviously, it can be all of these, so bear in mind that we've only categorised the models in the links on these pages as representative examples of that category. We feel that this approach is useful to give some idea of the range of molecular models and crystal structure models that we can build and supply.

The linked pages illustrate just a few examples of our how our standard models may be used. For examples of our other products, such as our 3d printed models and our giant models, please head to the relevant links in the menu above. 

Models of the 14 Bravias lattices
Crystallographic teaching models

Cerocene molecular model
Models of inorganic complexes
detail of a molecular model

Mathematical models