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 From:  Anis
1919.1 
Hi All

Finally the vote for consumer product design finish, and the favorite image is Espresso machine.
Now you can start to build the 3D model in MoI, then share your approach to build them. Post some images as a guide for others will be very helpful. Please note : the purpose of this exercise is to share approach, tips & trick on how to build 2D/3D model in MoI. Happy Modeling !!!

Thanks !


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 From:  DannyT (DANTAS)
1919.2 
Hi Espresso team, done some quick research here are some reference pics in the zip file.

[EDIT] Also the basic dimensions.


Cheers
~Danny~

EDITED: 27 Mar 2009 by DANTAS

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 From:  Grendel
1919.3 
Here is a start .gif


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 From:  Grendel
1919.5 
Here is a MoI screencap. Need to make the texture maps for the gage and face.



EDITED: 31 Aug 2008 by GRENDEL

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1919.6 
Raymond Loewy spirit design ;)
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 From:  DannyT (DANTAS)
1919.7 In reply to 1919.5 
Hey Grendel, no time wasted there, good job.
Now where's my Latte', 2 sugars thanks :)

Did you find any tricky bits ?
I'm still waiting for works from the others who voted for this product.


Cheers
~Danny~
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 From:  Grendel
1919.8 
Most of it was simple parts, I think the thing I would do over was the sweep to form the piece that joins the top and bottom. It turned out OK because I was really try to get my points correct on the line but I should not have created a line with a center line on a piece that straddles centerline of the model. Doing that can lead to a crowning surface right at the center. I should have used grid snapping and layed down and then adjusted points with symmetry. It still came out OK but it bothers me.


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 From:  WillBellJr
1919.9 
Wonderful model, excellent render!

Thread respected!

-Will
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
1919.10 In reply to 1919.9 
Here is my first WIP. (NOT as clever as some!!!!)
I guess "artistic licence" is allowed?

Brian

EDITED: 31 Dec 2008 by BWTR

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 From:  DannyT (DANTAS)
1919.11 In reply to 1919.10 
Looking good, Brian ! Keep it up.

Cheers
~Danny~
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
1919.12 In reply to 1919.11 
If of interest/value

EDITED: 31 Dec 2008 by BWTR

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 From:  Grendel
1919.13 
I think this will be my final for this, really happy the way it turned out and I had a lot of advice on adjusting my render setting for a better final image so big thanks to all who offered guidance.

EDITED: 31 Aug 2008 by GRENDEL

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1919.14 In reply to 1919.13 
Bravissimo! What else? ;)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfyeXrdZZ1o

PS a little video of the entiere process?

EDITED: 30 Aug 2008 by PILOU

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 From:  Anis
1919.15 In reply to 1919.13 
Hi Grendel....

Impressive result....
1. Could you share on how to create part in the image below ?


2. How long C4D render the final assembly ?

EDITED: 30 Aug 2008 by ANIS

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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
1919.16 In reply to 1919.15 
This is just a quick rough effort as a challenge on the idea.
Did you do in a similar way Grendell?
Brian

EDITED: 31 Dec 2008 by BWTR

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 From:  Anis
1919.17 In reply to 1919.16 
Hi Brian,

I need your tips on how to construct the pipe sketch. Are you create the four arcs first ?
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 From:  Grendel
1919.18 
I started with a circle, adjusted a few points and then trimmed it off in the top view to make the panel side flat. I then used a curve through point line to make the bent area, mirrored and joined all together. Then swept a circle along the curve. I've attached my top piece for you to look at.
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 From:  Anis
1919.19 In reply to 1919.18 
Hi Grendel....

Would you like to give us a gif fomat on how you can construct the sketch ?
Thanks !
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
1919.20 In reply to 1919.19 
My effort was ALL made up of arcs. Doing mirrors as Grendel said.

I revolved the group to get the side angle slope, then, in the front view, did a trim of the downpointing lugs appropriate to the shape of the machine.

Ain't MoI great!
Brian
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