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cylinder head of my Alfa Romeo racecar
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January 31, 2017, 03:11:54 AM
I spend a lot of time in the past 4 years to make different tuning parts for my old Alfa Romeo racecar.
last weekend I found time for a little rendering of one of the main parts.
I use only materials from the RedSDK material list. The light was a mix of the RedSDK luminanz daylight and a TC spotlight in light blue.
The render engine was also RedSDK.
I’m very Impressed about RedSDK mode, the last 10 years I use only lightworks.
I hope you enjoy it

Sorry for my bad English…

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Hans Joerg

TurboCAD Training Center Germany
www.turbocadkurse.de


* January 31, 2017, 05:40:46 AM
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Very impressive work.

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January 31, 2017, 06:42:59 AM
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Hans,

thank you for posting.  8)
I know, from experience, what a lot of work that is.

Question:   does this engine use Morse chain for driving the camshafts?

Regards Tim
« Last Edit: January 31, 2017, 06:45:39 AM by Tim Stewart »

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You can design without engineering, but you cannot engineer without design.
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January 31, 2017, 07:33:42 AM
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Here you can see the engine in a car of my friend...

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Hans Joerg

TurboCAD Training Center Germany
www.turbocadkurse.de


* January 31, 2017, 07:35:11 AM
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That's a great modeling job, Hans.

Henry H

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January 31, 2017, 09:17:21 AM
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Excellent work Hans!

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Thanks,
Dave Taylor
TurboCAD Product Manager


February 01, 2017, 02:52:03 AM
#6
Thanks Dave

Here are the crankshaft of the same engine.
It was a hard peace of work. Reverse engineering is always very complicated.
First we make a 3D scan of the original part, than we import the scan file into TurboCAD as a IGES File.
So I can create all the cross sections that I need.
In the next step I construct the original crankshaft into the IGES part, with the measurement data of the original crankshaft.
After this I construct the new crankshaft into this TC part with the new layout.
So I can control that all faces of the new crankshaft are inside of the original crankshaft.
Long way to go….

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Hans Joerg

TurboCAD Training Center Germany
www.turbocadkurse.de


February 24, 2017, 09:20:27 AM
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Great Work!

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