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my 3D 1100 gsxr 92 (cao)

here is my crazy project: modeling entirely my bike part by part.
I work with CATIA V5R19.
I learned everything myself it's not my job.
I started 3 years ago, it takes a lot of work and time ...

I have not finished yet, it remains the engine end. then the fairing.

I put in sharing all of my work on GRABCAD.

http://grabcad.com/mad.max/projects




motor is not my work:
http://grabcad.com/library/moteur-1100-gsxr-1990-engine

I have to finish.

my best piece, a carburettor mikuni tmr the top. more than 120 items total!

this is one of my husqvarna 250, currently I'm working on a ramp for gsxr 1100, I bought one.



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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYvgU...ature=youtu.be

all renderings are made with keyshot 3.
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Awesome work man, I've been doing some side projects in Solidworks, but goddamn, you put some work into that.

Never used that program, is it a 3D CAD style modeling?
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wow, it is really great!
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That is awesome. Very inspiring to me, thanks for sharing.



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cool shit!!!

thanx for sharing!!!
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Very impressive! You are talented!
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I wish that service manuals were that quality.
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Now when you're done you have to train a mouse to ride it. Very nice work.
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Never used that program, is it a 3D CAD style modeling?
Catia is a software cad solidworks but as more powerful. 2 belong to dassault industries. (french technology ...)

I advanced a little these days, I assembled a ramp of 4 carburetor to version 41 gsxr tmr.
I have a mount for my 1100 is more beautiful and rare that ramp rcf.

I forgot my new toy, it will take me a lot in the coming months ...




xyz 1000/525/280, for milling alu.
made in germany, good quality (bosch), 200 kg.
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table home made in work, 100 kg.
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Impressive work.
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Awesome modeling!

Cool program, I have never heard of it. I use Newtek Lightwave pretty heavily for my work, creating finished renderings for Architecture.

Keep up the good work, I hope to see more soon

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F*cking awesome man! I use SolidWorks and AutoCAD but I've never done any assemblies with that much detail. Put that sh*t on a resume and go get paid.
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F*cking awesome man! I use SolidWorks and AutoCAD but I've never done any assemblies with that much detail. Put that sh*t on a resume and go get paid.
Thanks

That screenshot I posted is for a penthouse overlooking the Las Vegas strip, the 26th floor of the Panorama building, Tower 1. We are in the process of turning the space into the 3D model I created.

We tried to use AutoCAD, but the free from shapes were trouble some. So I jumped ships and learned a new program on the fly. So far so good. I still use AutoCAD to size all the parts and create detail sheets for manufacturing.
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Awesome modeling!

Cool program, I have never heard of it. I use Newtek Lightwave pretty heavily for my work, creating finished renderings for Architecture.

Keep up the good work, I hope to see more soon

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Could possibly be a daft question but you totally design the entire house down to minute detail, then what? take the client on sort of a virtual tour of the property before building gets the go ahead?

Do you do it alone? how long does it take to do a complete house?

More pics please, that's awesome.

JD do you do the same thing pal?
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I do that shit for my job using Autocad and Solidworks, but like JD, no where near that amount of detail. Then again, my job is the design and testing of laboratory valves and faucets for R&D labs and college science labs. As you can imagine, there aren't many details like in an architecture model.

The OP is still awesome, the amount of time it takes to learn to model effectively and accurately is nothing to be laughed at, and his attempt looks great.
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Could possibly be a daft question but you totally design the entire house down to minute detail, then what? take the client on sort of a virtual tour of the property before building gets the go ahead?

Do you do it alone? how long does it take to do a complete house?

More pics please, that's awesome.

JD do you do the same thing pal?
I use AutoCAD for 2D facility layouts mostly. Sometimes for designing or modifying machine parts as well. I use SolidWorks more and more now because it's useful to present/convey information with a 3D model. SolidWorks makes it easy to generate a 2D print for manufacture based on the part models so it works better to have a 3D model most of the time.
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hello!
up a small spring.

mikuni tmr 41 gsxr 1100 w:



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I have worked since the beginning of the year.
I completed the installation and commissioning of cnc milling, then I used to scan the fairing.



I also used a romer arm to scan a few things in January.





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reconstruction of the fairing was quite complex but I got there so I think quite satisfactory.
I applied decoration racing gsxrr kind.
Model 3 d is in line with or without paint.

http://grabcad.com/library/carenage-...rce=user-email



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