- 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
Just a quickie post for design purposes in this Blender project. I’ve made very simple designs of the floor and ceiling mounts that these things have. As per the other designs, these are based upon images taken of actual machines that I have found on the internet. There does appear to be a bit of a difference. Here is the floor mount structure:
You’ll note that it is very simple. A long heavy floor mount/plate that stretches out a bit, presumably for balance purposes and so that there is plenty of space for bolting it down. But look at the ceiling mount:
It seems to have more external piping (presumably for cables) and some sort of box that the piping passes through on the way to the ceiling.
So I have a theory about this. I know that in all the old server rooms (I’m an IT bloke from way back) we used to have raised floors and run cables beneath them. Could it mean that the floor mounts are designed to have the cables go through some central interior pipe, whereas the ceiling mounts are designed to operate with a range of different situations? Just conjecture on my part.
Thanks for reading.