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Hi and thank You for visiting my blog.

This blog is about my professional work, projects I have been working on, and some funny and interesting things about mechanical engineers. On these pages You can find some of my projects, as I work for army and I am not able to enclose all projects I have been working on.

My most recent designs You can find in posts below.

For more interesting projects You can follow labels, such as:
- aircraft engine blades


- aircraft parts


- wind tunnel models

...etc...

You can download some of my models, posts with files for download are labeled free model download.

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For those who are interested in learning new stuff about Siemens NX program I made NX TUTORIALS page, where I will post some tips and tricks about how to use NX more efficiently.

Tower crane 3D model


designed in Siemens NX6  

/Finished project article is here/
Project of tower crane I started just for fun. Why tower crane... I live in Belgrade and we have huge bridge currently building, and from my window it look like this:
So I was interested in tower cranes design, and after looking on internet I decided to try to "build" one in NX6. It is not real project, I do not know anything about cranes so I can't do real design with all calculations. It is just design that can be used in games as rendered model or something like that.







Few renders of work in progress:  

 

Need more info to finish this design...

2 comments:

  1. Although you admitted you were kind of clueless about real cranes, you did a great job to create a 3D version. So why not try to go for something bigger? =) You can try doing buildings, bridges, anything of that kind. Maybe you can even design your own city!

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  2. hmmm... I will leave buildings to architects :) but bridge... it is nice idea, some steel bridge would be nice add to my model collection! Megan, thank you for this idea!

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