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Posted by sedesign on 06 February 2012 - 10:26 AM
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Posted by MiroslavGeorgiev on 01 August 2013 - 07:14 AM
Hey guys ,finally we hava made the prototype, we have modify it little bit from what is origanally on the renders, but the gyro looks pretty cool and flies perfectly. Here are some pics and video
Link for the video: https://www.facebook...249565640578553
Posted by deysc on 22 May 2013 - 12:56 PM
Posted by Josh_design on 01 April 2013 - 07:02 PM
I am a final year student of Industrial Design...
Currently writing my dissertation in regards to consumer emotional response to branded products, my focus is on desirability.
If you could take a moment to complete my sruvey I would be very greatful!
Please select one of the three links below and you will be away!
Thank you, its appreciated!!
If anyone is interested to know more about the work I am currently doing, please do not hesitate to ask I am happy to discuss the top further.
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Posted by vander on 16 February 2012 - 06:08 AM
Of course, I am aware that Solidworks 2012 is way full of functions and features when compared with AutoCAD but my only complain is that in Solidworks, I have to create my concepts parts by parts, literally before going to assembly mode.
Whereas in AutoCAD, I can just draft out the whole concept in a single layout.
Or is there a way to do so in Solidworks as well.
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Through my time at university I have developed numerous skills. I have adapted my current skills to allow me to work efficiently either individually or as a member of a team in the design industry. I have learnt to manage multiple ongoing projects, which has helped me to manage my time effectively. Since sixth form I have been passionate and have a positive work ethic for product design, I am keen to improve on my current skills which I believe would be beneficial in many ways. I have good time management and pride myself on being able to keep too a deadline whilst ensuring my work is at a high standard.
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