Shifter

Shifter

  • Shifter1

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    2013/08/02

  • Cover

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    2013/07/29

  • Shifters

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    2013/07/29

  • Shifter3

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    2013/07/29

  • Sharetofusion360hub

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    2013/07/29

  • Shifter

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    2013/07/29

  • Untitled.10

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    2013/08/01

  • Controllers

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    2013/08/01

Description
Over the weekend I tinkered around with retrofitting a controller for a big piece of industrial machinery. When I was done I decided it would make a pretty good car shifter as well and I tried a couple of different material studies. I ended up with these four favorites. By total accident I think the green one ended up looking almost “Reptilian,” (for those of you who get the video game reference). At the core I wanted something ergonomic, smooth, dark, and requiring minimal redesign of the existing system.
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X176

Make, sure.

over 3 years ago
X176

Hey Sergey! When we do launch our paid product, we'd be super interested to hear your thoughts. We've spent a fair amount of time positioning our pricing schedule. We hope it will be compelling. Look for our launch soon!

over 3 years ago
X176

I am web developer with passion for basically "orginizer" style inventions. And F360 is a perfect tool for that. The only thing I afraid I will not be able to afford it when it become paid :)

almost 4 years ago
X176

Hey Sergey! No, I'm an Autodesker. I'm on the Fusion 360 team as a tech marketing manager. What do you do?

almost 4 years ago
X176

Mike, Are you from Keyshot?

almost 4 years ago
X176

Yeah, we're working on that. As a workaround if you save out the faces as different components it's super simple to add materials to specific surfaces.

almost 4 years ago
X176

I fonder if keyshot allow assign materials to only some ages. I could only assign to whole bodies.

almost 4 years ago
X176

Thanks! I like the green guy the best too!

almost 4 years ago
X176

I like the green patterned grip the best! The red strip on black is not bad either.

almost 4 years ago
X176

The video makes this project so much more interesting. Thanks for sharing Mike!

almost 4 years ago
X176

Hey if you guys are curious about how I did it here's a video I made:
http://youtu.be/Br_e6le-Cwk

almost 4 years ago
X176

Just for you Stan - Freshly baked Keyshot renderings! Not perfect yet. Hoping to try a bit more this weekend!

almost 4 years ago
X176

Nice Mike. I look forward to see what you do with them in a Keyshot render.

almost 4 years ago
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Mike Aubry
Lake Oswego, Oregon, United States of America

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