- Okay, so let's start to construct the rotary dial…for the main body.…And the way I like to approach…these particular types of exercises is…that I like to go through systematic approaches…to how to create the final result.…And I create them in steps,…so you can follow along from any one of these steps…as we move through this particular video.…And we're going to break this into two components here.…We're going to have the main body itself,…which is the lower portion down here,…and then we're going to do the indent,…which is the upper portion, in a separate video.…
So let's bring back the mesh very quickly,…so you can see what we have.…So there's two components to this.…Okay, so to start with, I started off…with a very simple circle down in the bottom there,…going to do a Ctrl 5,…that brings up the Information Window.…And you can see right now I started with a 10mm radius.…Now again, talk to engineering,…talk to human factors, talk to the designer,…what type of switch he wants there,…and let us an off the shelf an item,…
- Understanding the manufacturing strategy
- Direct modeling techniques
- Understanding project deliverables
- Creating the main body
- Creating a digital display
- Checking feasibility
- Creating handles with fillets
- Exporting for rapid prototyping
- Rendering the final model
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Overview of Alias Portfolio
Manufacturing strategy2m 36s
2. Starting a Project
3. Creating Main Body
4. Creating the Digital Display Aperture
5. Creating the Buttons and Dials
6. Creating the Handles
7. Export for Rapid Prototype
8. Alternative Workflow
Final model check2m 54s
9. Rendering the Final Model
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