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Post Your 3D Work

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sti228, Nov 22, 2016.

  1. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    Hello. I can't find topic like this. So post here your latest 3D models you made ;)

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    #1 sti228, Nov 22, 2016
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  2. Milli

    Milli An eternal apprentice.

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    Solidworks?
     
  3. Ryzza5

    Ryzza5 Notable Member

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    I thought we did have a place for 3D work... called the Mod Shop :lol:
     
  4. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    Yes, it's Solidworks. I watch this video and start learning it. My PC too poor for this program but anyway i'm beginner.



    Can't find it but this one belongs for noobs like me :lol:

    Bicycle hub

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  5. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    Car jack without tread, bolts and hand lever

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  6. Milli

    Milli An eternal apprentice.

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    They're very good man, honestly. :D Specially for self-taught.
     
  7. The Compensator

    The Compensator Future heel&toe historian

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    get on my level, kids

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  8. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    Thanks but i'm far from very good results. I just learning very basic functions and watch video lessons on youtube.

    Motorcycle Shock Absorber

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    #8 sti228, Nov 26, 2016
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  9. Milli

    Milli An eternal apprentice.

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    Still better than most people i know, who actually had classes on SolidWorks. :lol: Keep up the good work. :D
     
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  10. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    Thanks again Milli for motivation :) Already start making a complex model today but i'm far away to finish it. I hope it will take couple of days.

    So some more motorcycle shock absorber renders

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  11. CLR-GTR

    CLR-GTR Bunchie farmer

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    Looks really good, also the quality of the rendering itself.
     
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  12. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    WIP renders :)

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  13. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    Hello. Still WIP object because it's too much complex for me xD Working on it during 8 days. I made 20 separate parts for it. I miss only one part because i get error window. Have no idea what cause it but hope i can figure out.

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    Still need some work for final assembly. Only 2 wheels for this moment. :)

    Hydraulic floor jack

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  14. CLR-GTR

    CLR-GTR Bunchie farmer

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    Try increasing the distance between the curves going up and down, maybe it's too tight now. I know both Solidworks as Catia can sometimes go crazy with that.
     
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  15. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    Huge thanks :) I find solution. I just change circuit size and it works.

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    Still WIP

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  16. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    Roller Bearing

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    A little animation

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    #16 sti228, Dec 7, 2016
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  17. Milli

    Milli An eternal apprentice.

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    You really are very good at this man, keep up. Enjoying those models. And assembly is fun, isn't it? To me, that's the coolest part. Feels like Lego. :lol:
     
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  18. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    Huge thanks Milli :) Still need to figure out some basic animation. Finally i finished assembly and yes, it's fun but very complicated when you have 21 separate parts :D You are right, i enjoy every second when start assembly parts. This is final result. In this days i will try to make some animation.

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  19. CLR-GTR

    CLR-GTR Bunchie farmer

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    Looks great, materials look good too. I hope you can get the animations to work :)
     
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  20. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    I'm noob with animation stuff.

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    Some renders :)

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