Cutting self-adhesive foils is a technology common in the advertising industry. A wide assortment of films allows the production of a full-color model without the need for paint splashes or rollers. The principle of the device is brought closer to the Roland CAMM-1 plotter, the industry's simplest device of the brand series. The data input is usually a .dwg file with a graphical pattern for sculpting in a corresponding scale for the model. It is important to follow the closed curve rule, because with the line type line, the controller of this plotter can not work correctly. The control program from which data is sent to the plotter is CorelDraw with the installed plotter driver. After inserting the material into the plotter, one of the roll or sheet options is selected, ie whether the material is in roll or smaller, and the plotter then measures the material. Now it is ready to receive data from the control program and after sending it cuts the layer of self-adhesive foil so that the lower carrier paper remains intact. The cutting tool is a drawn knife, the tip of which is located outside the axis of the cutting head, thereby making it possible to turn the knife into the correct position at each change in the direction of cutting. After finishing the cut, remove the surrounding parts of the cut material from the carrier paper and move the carved motif to the desired location using the transfer film. Foil lamination is a suitable method of producing façades of the model, which are not very plastic, ideal for emphasizing the division of glass facades.