# Quick Answer: What Does A 1/2 Scale Mean?

## What is the most common dollhouse scale?

1:12 scaleA few brands use 1:16 or 3/4″-scale.

The most common standard for adult collectors is 1:12 scale, also called 1″ or one inch scale (where 1 foot is represented by 1 inch.) Among adult collectors there are also smaller scales which are much more common in the United States than in Britain..

## What does a scale of 1 to 50 mean?

The scale of 1: 50 means that 1 unit on your drawing will represent 50 units in real life so 1 cm on your drawing will represent 50 cm in real life. The scaled dimensions of the room are the same as in the previous worked example: 6 cm × 9 cm.

## What does half inch scale mean?

1/2” Scale means that ½” equals one foot. If a typical room in real life is 8′ from floor to ceiling, in 1” scale miniatures that room would be 8” high. However, in a ½” scale house the miniature room would be only 4” high.

## What does a 1/100 scale mean?

Ratio scales If the scale of the plan is 1 : 100, this means the real measurements are 100 times longer than they are on the plan. So 1 cm on the plan represents a real length of 100 cm (1 metre)

## What does a 1/2 scale mean?

Half scale is 1:2. It is helpful to think of this as one unit on the drawing equals two units on the object. A small object can be enlarged on the paper and drawn in 2:1 scale. This means the drawing of the object is twice as large as the object itself.

## What size is a 1 50 scale model?

Model scalesRatioMillimetres per foot1:565.442 mm1:555.644 mm1:506.096 mm1:486.350 mm95 more rows

1/12The most popular scale for dollhouses is 1″ scale, also sometimes called 1/12 scale. This means that one inch equals one foot.

## What is the difference between 1 24 and 1 25 scale?

Registered. For display purposes, 1/24th and 1/25th scale are close enough for horseshoes, as they say. The difference in size is about 4 percent. You won’t be able to swap engine or chassis parts between the two scales, though — one won’t fit with the other.