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Technical
Animation

MY DRAWINGS : 
ANIMATIONS IN MICROSTATION.

Technical Animations


MICROSTATION V8i

I was given a job where Microstation was the platform . I had no training and had to teach myself and perform adequately within a week of seeing the software. I LATER discovered on a Internet web page the software had the abilty to do simple animations and began to teach myself.
These animations were done in Microstation. This "Demo" is an EXAMPLE of what I was able to create with no training .
I have ocassionally been tasked to open and learn new software on many jobs without any training - such that by the time I received any training, I was often in advance of the basic clasess and was able to work with the developers on more complex issues. 
I would love to have "access and learn", Solid Works, Autodesk Inventor and other software.
I have had SOME exposure and completed the tutorials and samples on some jobs but not enough "time and availabilty" to the software to develop a "mastery".
You will find I'm highly "software literate" and take it "beyond just drafting", but into the database, rendering and 3D aspsects as well. While those who have used it for a while, I can "eventualy match", if not exceed their skill set with software they have formal training on, as long as there is training documentation, access to software, time to experiment and / or a chance to be appreciated for my development.


"WARNING" THESE SAMPLES CONTAIN "MUSIC"

(Please adjust volume or Mute as appropriate)

Music by "TW" (ME)

"Music Quality is subjective" (Smile)


PRESENTING NEW IDEAS

DEADY- EXCESS PRODUCT RECYCLE

Adding conveyor and Trim recycle unit to return excess product back into production cycle. Easy to explain - Better to "Visualize".

REMOTE VISUALIATION 

STAMP A PRODUCT AND RE-ORIENT PACKAGE FOR CORRECT POSITION IN CYCLE 

Show the operation or equipment to others at remote locations. Online presentations.

PROCESS VISUALIZATION

AUTOMATION OF product LOADING < PRINTING AND PACKAGING -CYCLIC PROCESS

See an entire process. More informative than plan view analysis. Predict rtime and user interaction, ergonomics, and less technical considerations, Such as Safety points.

FLYOVERS

VIEW PROJECTS OR CHANGES FROM VARIOUS ANGLES TO CONSIDER PERIPHERAL EFFECTS.

Being able to see in three dimensions not only the project area but various views of connected and areas of consideration of interaction or response to bordering changes.

WALK THROUGHS

SEEING WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PATHWAYS FROM VARIOUS POINTS OF VIEW

Remotely be able to better visualize space and orientation. Views based on drawings and Human man point of view graphically.



CAD WARS

Animation- Microstation-

Spare time at home. Not work hours. Little to do. Thought I'd try simple animation based on Microstation.
Sorry for the degraded resolution, multple passes to add sounds and effect made for less ideal images. I don't have a studio or can afford serious video editing software. Just a copy of "Snagit".



"COLORS AND RESOLUTION"
(Animations)

"AN EXPLANATION"



The main purpoise of my position is to assure "fit and function". The colors are bright to let me "distinguish clearly" between parts and structures. Rendering, in my position,is not so important, I'm not making photos for a manual, but trying to save money on installation and unecesary rework So things get done right the 1st time. "Not bragging" because "Murphys law" implies anything can happen, but since going "3D" I havent had a "spatial miss" since 1996 when I started going 3D to deisgn Electrical Power Cabinets .
My manager stresses "measure twice cut once"...But others I know will surely blame and ridicule, if not chastise me, if "I" make a mistake , so I've always "measured many times", "modeled and verified", (takes longer but costs you less), so I guess so far I've been lucky.
Managers often expect "perfection" from me or I will be released. While others have cost them thousands and are still employed.
I'd rather be as "accurate" if not "precise" as possible. So please excuse the "funky" colors and lack of resolution, I'm just demonstrating "CAD use" not "pretty pictures". If you need to see "renderings", please check my "renders section" on my "illustrations" web page.
("Even then", please have "realistic expectations" as I'm often given the "least up to date COMPUTER" and "operating systems" , so there are "limits" to how "pretty", I can render" a model.

"NOT COMPLAINING"- I WORK WITH WHAT I'M GIVEN".
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