Discussion in 'SolidWorks' started by ShoN, Jan 20, 2013.
It can be done in Solidworks
Amazing work!!! I would love to have a browse through your model tree to see how you made these! Thanks for sharing. You should do some renders PhotoView 360.
All functions standard SW
After Envisiontec Perfactory
Cross worn on the neck executed of silver, after an outgrowth on the PIC 3000 machine
So the yellow stuff is 3D printing, right? Are you using it as a pattern for casting or something? How did you model the face in 3D? This looks very difficult.
http://envisiontec.com the Yellow material - EC500 for molding on melted models. The face is executed by several splines (a pig and function to fill a surface), other elements it is a superstructure atop. The original
The original in the Parisian museum of decorative creativity of "Broshe-Salamander" Emile Froment Mevrice 1870
What's the story? Do you design and manufacture these yourself? Can you give us some more info on how you work and what your process is? Do you have any SolidWorks available to download?
I do any projects under the order under some firms, incidentally I create the design (the previous models it is the author's design). And process as well as at any designer goes from the sketch (the picture which is inserted into the sketch) in which it is specified: material, stones and their sizes, approximate weight and other wishes of the customer. A certain file I can send, your e-mail (better in the personal message) is necessary.
That's pretty cool.
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