- Top level project lifecycle for new x-ray machine model
- 3D X-ray model – my project charter
- 3D x-ray model project – Phase2: Planning
- Control panel design for 3D x-ray model
- C-arm broad design for 3D x-ray model
- The bench design for the x-ray model
- X-ray model design – floor and ceiling mounts
- Let the modelling begin: the patient bench
- Started the C-arm modelling
- Small example of things not working in 3D modeling #Blender
- Fixed those few modelling challenges #Blender
- A little work on the C-Arm of the model #Blender
- Lessons Learnt: Unwrapping and moving textures from #Blender to #DAZStudio
- Textures for the C-arm model #Blender #DAZStudio
- Progress with the C-arm mount interface #Blender
- The control panel for the x-ray #Blender
- Ceiling mount added #Blender
- The model of the monitor is complete
- How did I make the x-ray machine model?
- User Testing – finalising my model of an x-ray machine
Well, didn’t this go quickly? The project is almost complete;Â much faster than expected. Â I threw together the medical monitor today. Here it is from a couple of different angles:
As you can see it also has a ceiling mount. I have not placed any images on the monitor, but I have created a texture that would easily permit images to be added as suitable for whatever process in being undertaken on the bench.
As an aside I have decided not to make a floor mount. The ceiling mount matches most photographs that I can uncover and I suspect that this is probably the favoured manner for such devices.
Let’s return to the original process that I was following, in particular the Execute and Monitor/Control parts of the project methodology:
So I have planned each component (tick), then made them (tick), assessed my work (tick) and documented it (tick).
I do have a few things that I want to clean up. For example, the centrepoint of each component model is poorly place. I want to fix that.
Publishing the model on someplace like Turbosquid was also part of my original plan. Currently I feel uncertain. I just don’t feel that myÂ models is sufficientlyÂ professional. I mean, take a look at their current portfolio of medical machines here. Still, I am improving and one day (if I persist) I can reach that level.
Anyway, thanks for reading.