400P ATLANTIC business jet concept

400P ATLANTIC business jet concept

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Description
The ATLANTIQUE 400P concept is designed by 3 aeronautical professionals. Their wishes is to work together in order to demonstrate their expertises and skills. The ATLANTIQUE 400P project is based on a legendary plane, the BUGATTI 100p. The 100P plane was ordered by M. ETTORE BUGATTI in 1936. It was and remains today a very innovative plane. first flight in october 2015 by Scotty Willson. The ATLANTIQUE 400P is a tribute to the historic 100P... meeting the demand of single travellers who are required to travel long distances in an exclusive confort.. Using notions of innovation, excellence, experience and exclusivity, the 400P creators are associating their knowledges to propose a new generation of business aircrats. 100% virtial project build with all the power of Alias Historic Modeling by Fred Gasson & engineered by Luc Van Bavel. Partners; TAKE OFF CONCEPT : Digital modelling expert, Frédéric Gasson found Take Off Concept in 2007 in order to answer to automotive German clients demands. He is a true 3D interpreter for the designer and translate engineering confines in order to materialize the most challenging bodyworks and finest interiors competions. After spending 5 years in Berlin at Bugatti Design and being private pilot in his spare time, there was only one step from the luxury to the aeronautical sector. At the cutting edge of virtualization (Modelling and photo-realistic rendering), the Client-Designer-Engineer optimised for a better product quality. LUC VAN BAVEL DESIGN : Luc Van Bavel is a freelance designer based in Quebec. He began his aeronautical career 25 years ago with the Squalus Jet. He has been involved over the the past 15 years in several programs of new aircrafts : the twin-jet SafireJet, the mono-jets Epic Victory and Diamond D-JET, the turboprop Epic Escape and more recently on a new light-weight fighter plane. His fiels of competences are including conceptual and advanced designs, wind tunnel tests, the air-intake of jet-engines aerodynamics as well as plane performances modeling. That is including fligh test datas analysis and performances flight manual writing. ENVERGURE DESIGN : Envergure Design created by industrial designer Francois Trinquecostes is a creative studio specializing in business aviation and VIP aircraft. With a wealth of sixteen years of advice to aircraft manufacturers, aircraft owners, architectural firms, maintenance companies and aircraft operators, Envergure Design involves in the design and development of decoration, furniture, upholstery and exterior paint livery. Backed from his experience from A380 clients to light aviation, ENVERGURE DESIGN brings recommandations and aesthetic creations to aircraft manufacturers, plane owners, maintenance facilities and aeronautical operators...
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very nice

almost 6 years ago

@Online Gallery
Just Back from AU Vegas , I was aiming to see someone from the ONLINE GALLERY, then It was only about the Art Gallery San Francisco...
There may be a confusion somewhere !
anyway, the .Wire Format is the Alias Format... maybe there will be a VRED format ?

almost 6 years ago

love it !

almost 6 years ago

@Frederic
Could you please let me know your file format? We now support DWG, DWF, FBX, F3D, STL, 3DM, OBJ, IGES, STEP, STP and STE. for Alias model, maybe you can convert it into FBX so that our site can accept for now. BTW, to be able to clarify your request, what is the meaning of "Wire file"? Does it mean a series of file?

about 6 years ago

@Online Gallery
I d love tu uploade the 3D file but it doesn t accept .Wire file !
It s a nice exercise build in Alias, I ll demonstrate at AU ... Igs makes no sens.
I can put a ready to print data !

about 6 years ago

@Frederic, Autodesk Online Gallery supports 3d model live view, and uploading the model is highly welcomed. If you have concern on intellectual property protection on the source file, you can simply switch off the model downloading when publishing or editing a project.

about 6 years ago

Awesome!

about 6 years ago
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