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Industrial Design With 3D Structural Modeling and AutoCAD Software

By Richard Bose

Modern Industrial and Structural design projects are handled using advance CAD techniques such as AutoCAD and Tekla. For coordination between various engineering disciplines, designers can utilize AutoCAD software to integrate all of the process and structural details into a shared general arrangement (GA) model. This model can easily enclose various point loads or hanging loads such as piping, electrical conduit and cranes across the frame. AutoCAD Structural software helps generate cost estimates and bill of materials during the initial phase.

Because of the dynamic nature of industrial project, the design solution at the beginning will be entirely different by the end of project. A 3D model allows engineer to quickly explore various design options and produce a visualization to help choose the best suitable solution. Since the model also render structure design results, the engineers can get a quick understanding of the structural needs for each design and its impact on equipment integration.

When changes are required after the completion of analysis, the designer can update the AutoCAD 3D model with the revised structural components and view the effect on the entire structure.

Since all of the engineering disciplines share single 3D model, it is possible to determine points of interferences between objects. Generally, the mechanical engineer creates the process equipment and incorporates it into the 3D model as a general arrangement (GA). The structural 3D model is integrated into the GA to prepare final 3D model for coordination and communication.

Use of 3D modeling for industrial project helps designers enhance design quality and productivity. With 3D modeling design tasks proceed quicker than conventional approach. It works as an exceptional communication tool between the designers and the contractors and for coordination between varied disciplines.

Industrial Model Making Explained

By Claire L Taylor

For many businesses, staying up with their competition and offering new and exciting products and services is a constant challenge. Every business has to work hard to develop the next best product if they want their business to be successful. This system is the best way to visualise your product before you launch the actual one.

Industrial Model Making Process

The system involves creating prototypes of new products. These prototypes are intended to serve as a model for creating the final product. The process starts by creating a design with a CAD system. The model that is created in the computer is then carefully turned into a tangible object that can be examined and tested. The models created using the CAD system are given names so that as the development process proceeds, experts will know which model was the first designed and which is closest to the final approved product.

This process is very useful when a company is interested in creating a small number of prototypes. When a company has a need for a large scale of the product they will probably switch to a cheaper alternative. Cheaper materials can be used to make industrial models.

Use of industrial Models

Industrial models can be used for many purposes. They are ideal for marketing. Using the models companies can access the public response and consumer approval ratings long before the final product comes into existence. Based on the consumer feedback, companies can also make small changes to ensure that it will be received well by consumers.

Use of this technology can become much more useful for large scale production of certain products in the future. The system is very effective for creating a replica of a product so that companies can ensure that the final version will be flawless. In addition to saving costs, a company can benefit greatly from the technology. The technological development in the field could revolutionise the way industrial products are produced and marketed.

Finding an Industrial Model Making Company

Finding the right model making company is important. They can help you sort out design, prototyping and manufacturing issues. If your models are not accurate, there is the chance that you will lose prospective clients, so when looking for a firm, make sure that they have a proven record in industrial model making. By hiring a well reputed company to carry out the job, you can get a convincing prototype that will hopefully generate positive customer feedback. By running an internet search or through references, you can find a company that offers professional yet cost effective industrial model making services.

What Makes CAD Services So Popular?

By Mark Gourge

Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CAD) has created a revolutionary stir in the Engineering Industry. CAD Services is a very wide term and can be any domain in the field of Engineering. We using CAD can perform Design, Model or Detailing of any commodity, Building, Infrastructure or Industrial Equipment quickly with less turnaround time.

Today many companies specialize in providing CAD Outsourcing Services to countries off shore. Today CAD Outsourcing Services has made its worth renowned owing to its compatibility, robustness, cost effectiveness and longevity throughout the Engineering Service market. These days various companies provide Quick and Cost Effective Cad Services to global clients. Some of the CAD Services that are highly used by today's Engineering Industry are 2D Drafting Services, Building Information Modeling, 3D Modeling and Rendering Services, Animation and Walkthrough, Steel Detailing, Construction Documentation Services etc. There are a wide range of applications of Cad Services in the real estate and construction industry. CAD helps reducing time and efforts along with high precision drawings and error free designs

Apart from creation of these models using software, they can be given a photorealistic effect. We can texture and render these models to give them a photorealistic effect using textures and lighting techniques. In short CAD acts as a tool to integrate and speed up various Drafting, Designing and Detailing Processes. We can create 2D Drawings, 3D Models, and Virtual Construction Models etc using CAD software.

To sum it up, with CAD services a lot of manual labor like drafting and detailing of Building P Machinery, Electrical Equipments, Steel Structures etc, has been replaced by automated software like Auto CAD, Tekla, Revit, 3D Max, Microstation, PRO E, Inventor and many more. CAD has moved miles ahead by creating drawings and detailing, then modeling them using 3d modeling software like AutoCAD 3d, 3D Max and further REVIT(BIM) which can give us a using practical visualization of how a building will look and function after it is constructed.

Distance, Language Barrier and lack of knowledge in international standards may pose as a major hurdle in development of CAD Services. A lot of countries are not able to provide Services in the field of CAD due to these barriers. However, India has got highly skilled and experienced CAD Professionals who possess expertise in latest CAD Software like AutoCAD, Revit (Modeling and BIM) 3D Max etc along with knowledge of International CAD Standards and powerful language skills. A lot of Companies in India provide cost effective and time bound CAD Services across the world. India also is a very cost effective destination for construction companies, Architectural Firms and Fabricators based overseas.

Things the Advanced Sketchup User Should Know When Creating Models for 3d Visualisation

By Paul Doherty

Google Sketch-up is a great modelling tool, complex models can be produced in record time frames, although a drawback would be that it's inbuilt rendering engine is very limited. It has no global illumination or ambient occlusion options, the only lighting option is either sun on or sun off.

Because of its limitations the best way to integrate Sketch-up into a 3D visualisation work flow is to use it solely as a modelling tool, then export the model to a separate 3D package for lighting and rendering. But in using this work flow you will come up against various issues.

If you are modelling to export to an external 3D package you need to be aware of exactly how the model is constructed in sketch-up before the export stage. When modelling always try to avoid creating 'n-gons' (n-gons are polygons with more than 4 sides) - these cause issues when at the render stage and can make the surface react abnormally to light. Always try to work in 'quads' (4 sided polygons) or triangulate the mesh.

The best work flow for the material application stage is to apply the materials in an external package but in order to do this you need to firstly denote which materials go where in sketch-up first before the model is exported. The way this is done is by giving every surface which is to be of a certain texture a specific colour, for example all the glass need to be the same colour, all the brick needs to be the same colour etc. You need to also make all the geometry to do with each material that particular colour - not just the front polygon. Make sure to name the colours as e.g. glass. Then when exporting the model you choose 'export by material'. When the model is imported into the external rendering package the geometry is then grouped by material and groups are named - brick, glass etc. so material application becomes a breeze.

The geometry needs to be checked for the orientation of 'normals' before export as well. 'Normals' refer to which direction the polygons are facing - 'in' or 'out'. A speedy way to do this is to set-up a 'reverse faces' short-cut in sketch-up switch to 'monochrome mode' and flip any faces which appear blue. This means that the normals will appear correctly in the external package and there will be no texture problems.

Glass can often cause issues when using this work flow, the best way to avoid this is to always give the glass thickness - usually 5 to 10mm. Be sure to check that all the polygon normals on all 6 sides of each pane face out (not just the external polygons) Happy modelling!



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A structure becomes architectural, and not sculptural, when its elements no longer have their justification in nature.
Guillaume Apollinaire

All fine architectural values are human values, else not valuable.
Frank Lloyd Wright

Among these temples there is one which far surpasses all the rest, whose grandeur of architectural details no human tongue is able to describe; for within its precincts, surrounded by a lofty wall, there is room enough for a town of five hundred families.
Hernando Cortes

Any architectural project we do takes at least four or five years, so increasingly there is a discrepancy between the acceleration of culture and the continuing slowness of architecture.
Rem Koolhaas

Borne out of this, starting around the 17th Century was the Baroque era. It is my view that it is one of the architectural peak periods in western civilisation.
Harry Seidler

Even though I build buildings and I pursue my architecture, I pursue it as an artist. I deliberately keep a tiny studio. I don't want to be an architectural firm. I want to remain an artist.
Maya Lin

For many years, I have lived uncomfortably with the belief that most planning and architectural design suffers for lack of real and basic purpose. The ultimate purpose, it seems to me, must be the improvement of mankind.
James Rouse

I am but an architectural composer.
Alexander Jackson Davis

I hope that America as a whole, and especially its architects, will become more seriously involved in producing a new architectural culture that would bring the nation to the apex - where it has stood before - and lead the world.
Tadao Ando

Architecture is the learned game, correct and magnificent, of forms assembled in the light.Le Corbusier

The mother art is architecture. Without an architecture of our own we have no soul of our own civilization.
Frank Lloyd Wright

All architecture is shelter, all great architecture is the design of space that contains, cuddles, exalts, or stimulates the persons in that space.
Philip Johnson

There are three forms of visual art: Painting is art to look at, sculpture is art you can walk around, and architecture is art you can walk through
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Architecture is a social act and the material theater of human activity.
Spiro Kostof

Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions.
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Architecture, of all the arts, is the one which acts the most slowly, but the most surely, on the soul
Ernest Dimnet

An architect is the drawer of dreams
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Architecture is music in space, as it were a frozen music
Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling

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