looking for CAD technical illustrator who . . .

. . . can render our small parts into 3d CAD drawings suitable for CNC production.
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Charles Ackerman
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Hello
What is "CAD technical illustrator" ?
Best Regards, J. J.
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Jerry.J
Do you have an example? I might have a whack at this...
We use Lightwave 3D and Maxwell Renderer for renderers. Can take native SW files and output them in various 3D formats for renderering. We do not use Photoworks (ever...).
Mike Tripoli
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Mike Tripoli
I did this type of work for a local design firm. Now I am doing forensic investigation illustrations. I Use SW, Rhino, A.I. and Photoshop.
Cheers, Brad
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Brad
Charles,
I think you've got you terminology somewhat confused. Renderings are totally usless for downstream CNC.
Do you mean that you want your parts "modeled" so that they can be "programed" in a CAM system ????
Regards
Mark
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MM
Too funny! as someone else who passed on Photoworks...
Charles,
If you are indeed looking for a technical illustrator, I am currently taking SolidWorks parts and assemblies into 3ds max and can render out photorealistic JPEGs or TIFFs. or vector line art (EPS, Flash, etc.) for a more illustrated look.
Joel
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JoelH
. . . can render our small parts into 3d CAD drawings suitable for CNC production. snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com
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Lee Bazalgette - Factory
I agree what the heck is a CNC operator going to do with a rendering.
"WOW!! A pretty picture...." is all I would get from the guys here. Well they might laugh a little. But marketing loves them.
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CS
Set Up documents that referenced cosmetics.
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J. R. Carroll
ren·der (rndr) tr.v. ren·dered, ren·der·ing, ren·ders 1.. To submit or present, as for consideration, approval, or payment: render a bill. 2.. To give or make available; provide: render assistance. I think what he wanted was for some to render (to make) a 3D model form what he has, maybe a 2D drawing or napkin sketch? We in the CAD/Computer industry see render, and immediately think of CGI. And, Charles, if that is indeed the case, I would love to have a look.
Muggs
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Muggs
ren·der (rndr) tr.v. ren·dered, ren·der·ing, ren·ders 1.. To submit or present, as for consideration, approval, or payment: render a bill. 2.. To give or make available; provide: render assistance. I think what he wanted was for some to render (to make) a 3D model form what he has, maybe a 2D drawing or napkin sketch? We in the CAD/Computer industry see render, and immediately think of CGI. And, Charles, if that is indeed the case, I would love to have a look.
Muggs
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Muggs
WOW! Sorry for the unintended attachments. Admin please delete!
Thanks, Muggs
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Muggs
. . . can render our small parts into 3d CAD drawings suitable for CNC production. snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com
It's no problem for us...
If you still interested please mail me
Best Regards, Jerry Jacobs
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Jerry Jacobs

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