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  1. mart2010uk

    Computer Fan

    Hey guys, Just thought I would show a quick project, a computer fan which I designed so that the internals of an existing fan fit inside (so that is works). Then I proceed to design a cone to direct the air, and stand to hold the whole thing. Main purpose of this project is to demonstrate the different materials that we use with our machines. Thanks for looking, Mart.
  2. Been busy designing some cycling glasses, got them 3D printed: Need painting and lenses are being treated by a special process which will make them much more clear (like glass) then tinting film is being applied. Will post pics once finished.. Ignore the red tape holding the lens in place..
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    3D Printed Cycling Glasses

    Sorry for the delayed response, thanks! Not over the top really, more-so at the bottom but they are slender cycling glasses which have changeable prescription lenses (not sunglasses). I have modified the design for a sunglasses design. I printed holes in the frame and ends of the arms and a pair of glasses screws applied, not difficult using our printers!
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    3D Printed Cycling Glasses

    Applied first coat of paint, more to come later. I've also decided to do a sunglasses version! Thanks for looking.
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    3D Printed Cycling Glasses

    Well I work for a RP company 'EnvisionTec' so used Perfactory standard Zoom & UV for the clear lens (at 35 Microns for the frame/arms, and 100 Microns for the lens which was polished).
  6. Hey guys, I have sorted to go for Solidworks training (advanced) through work and was wondering what it is worth in the industry? Also anyone been on one of these courses, any feedback?. Thanks, Mart.
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    New Products :)

    Personally I like the legs to the Jug, looks different, almost like a obese animal with short lets! Flattering way to describe cooking apparatus I know! Haha, Good work!
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    Elm Wood Furniture

    How long did these take you to build? Very nice!!
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    Voting Closed. Winners Announced!

    Not even a birthday vote! Haha
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    Voting Closed. Winners Announced!

    I need some votes :-( haha
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    Toolbox Entry 'tucx'

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    Toolbox Entry 'tucx'

    Hi, I will be entering and hopefully showing some work/ideas asap, those prize markers are a great incentive! In dire need of some new ones .
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    Toolbox Entry 'tucx'

    My final design. 'Tucx' is a multi-functional portable storage & sketch unit, designed for the modern designer. With many functions including Ipod/Bluetooth connectivity to allow you to play inspiring music & many important storage areas. Below is my final design, I will be posting up another compilation of images very soon to show the functional side of Tucx.
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    Globetrotter - The Ultimate Mobile Workspace

    Hi there, Nice sketches, you do know the final idea must be in today ?
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    Questions & Answers

    Brill! Glad I asked thank you.
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    Questions & Answers

    Hi, Possibly a silly question, but when has everyone's final idea/design got to be submitted? Thanks.
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    Toolbox Entry 'tucx'

    Sorry for the delay, as promised:
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    Toolbox Entry 'tucx'

    Thanks, No I have moved away from this idea, I have a theme now which I don't want to mention so far as it is my inspiration for the route I am taking. In regards to the designs in the sketches above, yes I was thinking of having different materials and weighted areas to counter-balance the whole thing, but I didn't think about this to much at that stage. I have more to come tomorrow, after I finish work for Christmas Thanks for your comments.
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    Toolbox Entry 'tucx'

    Few more.. Thanks
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    3D Renders And Sketches

    Very nice! Loving the front end personally.
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    Toolbox Entry 'tucx'

    Hello all, Starting to get somewhere, the image below is a compilation of some random doodles (mini sketches) nothing impressive as i just through a few shape/styles together. Keeping most ideas to my self so far. Thanks for looking.
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    3D Printing

    Hi there, I work for EnvisionTec (http://www.envisiontec.com/), we produce models for prospective customers, I support the files in Magics and set them to print on our machines. Any questions I am happy to answer.
  23. Hey all, Looking for some advice really, I am a recent Product Design graduate, currently working as a Junior Artworker for a graphic design company for 3 and half months now. It is a good job and very comfortable, I get on with everyone etc. Problem is I want to do Product Design and at some point I am determined to get into the industry. Now I have been offered (subject to interview) a paid internship for a well known company which from what I have researched seem to be very successful. Now my question is, what are peoples opinions on internships? Would this be a step in the right direction? any thoughts? Extra info : Currently travelling 32 miles a day to current job, and internship is literally a mile away. Pay is slightly less for the internship, but would end up with more money every month due to petrol money saving. Internship has the possibility of job offering at the end I believe. Thanks
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    Motorcycle Rendering

    manueljaggi, what are you talking about.. No where did he state it was a rendering, its an illustration and it ain't half bad anyway..
  25. Hey all, sent out lots of CVs and Portfolios and had no replies.. Anyone any ideas on how to improve these? Any help would be greatly appreciated.. Martin Harwood portfolio July 2011.pdf Martin Harwood CV july 2011.pdf Or online at www.hypercubegame.com/portfolio.swf Thanks in advance
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