Futuristic CAT vehicle

Futuristic CAT vehicle

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Great visualization skills , I,m sure Catapillar marketing would love to present this kind of visual appeal.
Engineers need all the imaginative help they can get.. However consider the engineering effort to realize such a product
Defined purpose,
Material type and load carrying capacity.
Components calculated for maximum stresses and safe working loads
Accessibility of wear components on site to replace
fitment of proprietory items within the design package ie drive unit, bearings
Lubrication points
Health and safety legalities.
and so on...
Great work.

over 3 years ago

Cant believe it isn't real... Amazing work!

about 4 years ago

@malcolm ahahaha

about 5 years ago

Fan-#$@+?#-tactic, awesome. CATAPILLAR WOULD BE STUPID NOT TO BUY THIS DESIGN

about 5 years ago

Haha Thanks Christoph ;)
Rendered in keyshot.
Coming to all major cities in 2020

about 5 years ago

you killed it ! Oberfett ;)

about 5 years ago

Pretty awesome, when can I get one?

about 5 years ago

This is super-raaaad! Did you rendered it in Fusion as well?

about 5 years ago

No, everything you see is modeled from scratch in Fusion. I never take anybody's parts or anything like that. When I say cues it means I found a picture of what the threat looks like and I modeled it .

about 5 years ago

@Kirill, when you say cues, you mean parts already modeled that you could upload and modify in your design? yay, nay, kinda close lol

about 5 years ago

@aaron I took some cues from different existing vehicles. so wheels, track is borrowed to sell the realism a little better. The rest is from scratch

about 5 years ago

so you're a product designer, that's awesome! So, did you design this from bottom up, i.e. from scratch?

about 5 years ago

Powerful!

about 5 years ago

sketch, fillet , chamfer... etc

about 5 years ago

Круто!
Подскажите пожалуйста, какие инструменты использовали при создании данной модели?

about 5 years ago
Kirill Chepizhko
California, United States of America

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