handheld vacuum

handheld vacuum

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All modeled in Fusion. Rendered in KeyShot. Sketchbook pro rendering
Comments

Such a cool model. Well done.

about 5 years ago

Hi Maritza - thanks for sharing a link to the actual B&D vacuum - it was on my todo list to ask you about that. That said, don't marginalize what you did - most engineers for consumer products will have an Industrial Designer who they work with. There is a lot of skill in accurately translating someone else's design language into a manufacturable model.

about 7 years ago

Thank you all. I cannot take credit for the design as it is a reverse engineered project.
http://www.blackanddecker.com/power-tools/CWV9610.aspx

about 7 years ago

Maritza - this is really exceptional. I think the Despicable Me minion is very cute also, but from a consumer products perspective this design is really sleek and well done. I'll have to try Keyshot for rendering since I haven't used it before. Great attention to detail and eye for the design language.

about 7 years ago

Starred in Fusion 360 Hangout of July 30th (someone could place a link here once the recording is available).

about 7 years ago

Really nice! Is this your design? What did you use for rendering it?

about 7 years ago

I really like the transparent blue plastic shade you selected. It has just the right amount of dark to highlight the outer shape while not hiding the inner parts which are quite aesthetically pleasing too.

about 7 years ago

Very smooth and clear model !

about 7 years ago

I second that...

about 7 years ago

Exellent!

about 7 years ago
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