Mechanical Watch

Mechanical Watch

  • Watch_Rendering_3.JPG

    103KB

    2014/09/12

  • Final_Watch_2.jpg

    42KB

    2014/09/12

  • final_watch.JPG

    102KB

    2014/09/12

  • Tourbillon_render.JPG

    92KB

    2014/09/12

  • Watch_Movement_Rendering_2.JPG

    66KB

    2014/09/12

  • Mechanical_Watch_movement_rendering_2.JPG

    128KB

    2014/09/12

  • Mechanical_Watch_Movement.jpg

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    2014/09/12

  • Mechanical_Watch_Rendering.6.jpg

    309KB

    2014/09/13

Description
This is a fully working mechanical watch and movement.
Comments

Is this downloadable?

over 1 year ago

can you update your file so we can view the inventor file please

almost 5 years ago

it seems that there are 49 or so components missing in order for us to open in inventor, i come from Fusion so i had to download Inventor just to open this and all im getting is a blank window with alot of components with question marks, is this what you was expecting by uploading a .iam file ?

almost 5 years ago

Hi sorry, i clicked Like two times. It should be Like and not "Unlike".

about 6 years ago

Yay! It is working now. Thank you for all of your help.

about 6 years ago

Thanks! I will attempt it soon!

about 6 years ago

To clarify, you must be logged in at students.autodesk.com and download something from there. Once that is complete, if you go to accounts.autodesk.com and then navigate to the tab for "account", it should show "student access" for rendering.

about 6 years ago

Yes, I have downloaded many products onto my computer (Autodesk Inventor, Revit, Maya, VRED, Showcase, etc.), however i still seem to have run out of the base 25 rendering points... let me try again

about 6 years ago

Hi again,
As a student you are entitled to use cloud rendering for free. Just go to http://www.autodesk.com/education/free-software/students-k12/popular and sign in with your autodesk ID. If you download a product from this site, it will add the entitlement for cloud rendering to your account. Let me know if you have any trouble.

John

about 6 years ago

Thank you John!
As a highschool sophmore, I was experimenting with the various softwares possible. The majority were rendered using Autodesk Inventor's rendering software. However, until i ran out of the free cloud credits, I rendered one or two of the images with Autodesk 360's cloud rendering service. Lastly, the more simple images were done in Autodesk Showcase and Autodesk VRED because anything more complicated crashed my computer.

Hope this helps!

about 6 years ago

Hi, nice work! Can you clarify how you rendered the images? You list several rendering software packages...

about 6 years ago

The license and other terms for contributing and using assets in the Autodesk Gallery are found in theAutodesk Terms of Use.

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