Steam Engine

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Description
This is an old style custom steam engine with a little bit of modern design integrated into it here and there. It was designed for a client that was looking for a steam engine design for a short film. All done in Fusion 360. You can also follow us on Instagram (arclock.design) or you can check out our website (www.arclock.design) to see other stuff we've made.
Comments

how can i download it?

12 months ago

Master!!!

over 2 years ago

please share the model

over 3 years ago

Can you share the model?

over 3 years ago

Wow

over 3 years ago

Can I please have the model available to download

over 3 years ago

Hi there Mark,
very very nice design keep going man

over 4 years ago

Absolutely remarkable!! Nice Work

over 4 years ago

An absolute beauty! Like I wanted to touch it all over to get a real feeling of it !! Totally an insane work of art...really !
Bravo!

over 4 years ago

Hi Mark,
thanks for your statement! really awesome to read ! Hope we can stay in contact ;)

over 4 years ago

Aleksander,
Like I said in the paragraph below about 120 hours.

over 4 years ago

Awesome! How long does it approximately take you to draw such a complex model like this? APS

over 4 years ago

Looking forward to it John!
This is the thing I like about the fusion 360 team.
You guys are always quick to listen to the users needs and then you deliver.
I'm always excited when an update comes through to see what new feature you guys have created.

over 4 years ago

Spectacular, keep checking back on animation features. More is in the pipe.

over 4 years ago

Matěj,
I kind of lost track of the time, but I'd estimate about 90 or 120 hours maybe.
The hard part was committing to a complete design. There was no clear parameters for the design. So it kind of just evolved as I went. I found myself spending hours on a part only to trash it because it didn't match the rest of the feel of the design. I also wanted to utilize the animation aspect of fusion.
I wanted to actually see it all move.
So making all the parts moving in concert
Operating in the parameters of their function at the same time looking great in motion also took a lot of time.

I found that the animation aspect of fusion.
Doesn't have a whole lot of options when combining multiple joints that have different ratios of speed.

but it turned out great really happy with the results!

Thanks for stopping by and taking a look and leaving a comment!

-Mark Rogers

over 4 years ago

This is great! How long it took you to made this?

over 4 years ago

omg ! this is so complex and beautiful ;)

over 4 years ago

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