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COMPOUND BOW

COMPOUND BOW

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    2015/06/17

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    2015/06/17

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Description

Here is another model Fully Designed and Assembling using Fusion 360.

Based on device acquisition, I got inspired for this big men toy. Here is the Hoyt Charger compound bow. Been intrigued for while about this designer approach, took me sometime as I been modelling it on my spare time.

Here, some of the preliminary rendering for your review. If you like it great! Otherwise I wish you a happy green meal. :)

All sort of comments are welcome.

Comments
X120

hi I'm a Brazilian engineering student and I have a graduation job to do regarding ballistic launch, in our evaluation will be analyzed accuracy and scope, my catapult is two-time champion in precision, but to get this accuracy, I had to give up the scope , but I'm thinking of adapting a mechanism equivalent to an arc in the catapult.
I would like to know if it is possible to get the DWG project of your bow.
Thanks in advance

12 months ago
User_x176

this is great did you print this out

about 1 year ago
User_x176

are you willing to share your model? i would LOVE to use the timeline on your model to understand how to better use this software... maybe dropbox or something? thanks

over 1 year ago
X120

Sorry Fellas Not been rude, but PLEASE do not spam, and ask me to like your model, for a competition or whatever reason is it.
If you want get my LIKE, make sure you produce an OUTSTANDING work, as LIKE for me is something that I appreciate to see.
Hope you understand.

over 3 years ago
X176

WOW Really cool, unique design..
PLEASE,like mine too, I'm participating in a competition and need at least 50 like..
https://gallery.autodesk.com/fusion360/projects/gilingan-super-tradisional-indonesia
THANK YOU!!

over 3 years ago
X176

Great work Mr Silvio! Do you have a plan to make it real? Thanks

Anyway, can you help me to like my projects? I'm participating in Autodesk 360 Mini Competition in Indonesia, "Indonesia Handicraft".

Here's the links to my projects:
1. https://gallery.autodesk.com/fusion-360/projects/kujang
2. https://gallery.autodesk.com/fusion-360/projects/delman-style-lounge-chair
3. https://gallery.autodesk.com/fusion-360/projects/akik-indonesian-gemstone
I need likes in each project to be judges by juries/panel. Thank you very much!

Best Regards,
Arif

over 3 years ago
X176

Thanks for the pro tip. That was rather easy :)
Im an achery fan myself and I made something for compound bows too. Checkout my thingiverse:1196295 see if you think the idea would actually work.

over 3 years ago
X120

Thanks Son Le.
The camo look it was acquired from Google image, (Realtree Camo) find most suitable image to you and touch up using photoshop as there some watermark on the images.
But once its ready just create a material and apply to your model. have a go and if you need any tip just drop me line I will be
PS: process may vary depending on software you are using.

over 3 years ago
X176

Great job!
I would like to know how you created/imported the real tree pattern into the model
Thanks!

over 3 years ago
X120

You seem to know your way around rendering software. If you have any feedback on how we can improve the rendering in Fusion 360 please send me an email colin.smith@autodesk.com. Keep up the good work.

about 4 years ago
X120

@Mike Westlake, thank you!!!,
@Doug Bornyk, I have bough one, and some of the part was measured by hand, and other like CAMS I did copy the contours in a paper and import into Fusion as canvas. Some details I have modified just to differentiate from the original.
@Colin Smith, I did use the Keyshot Plug-in for the 2nd image and VRED Pro for the Cammo one.

about 4 years ago
X176

Inspiring as always Silvio!!!

about 4 years ago
X176

How did you get all the dimensions and details to do each part

about 4 years ago
X120

Great job! Love the look of the model and the imagery is really nice. What did you use for the renderings?

about 4 years ago
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