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Engineering Videos


We've previously written about a team of Blender users who specialize in engineering renders and animations. Their latest work has been featured on a company website as the main visuals.

The company (Brammer UK Ltd) supplies the most professional engineering parts all across Europe.

The site has many different sections, each with a series of pictures and a main animated video made by the team. Check it out here -

The part sections are all on the 'home' page, select one to move to the page which holds the pictures, details and short animation about the part.


  1. This is Blender internal or yafray? Clear looking without unnecessary textures, it remind me "Bob the builder" animation:) Hey, how long it takes to render this scene?

  2. I have used blender a lot for my engineering degree.
    Here is a product presentation made it before it was actually made:
    Here is the machine I designed:
    Both made in Solidworks and rendered in Blender yafray.
    But pls don't put it on the main news I should ask permission for that :(
    I also presented the machine in animation but that is classified :(

  3. This is looking really nice. Were the parts themself done with blender too ? I'm not talking about the actual engineering but the pictures of these parts on their page (the ones on the highly reflective surface).

  4. @Agile: internal. aprox 5min per frame (Pentium quad 2.4GHz), 300 frames per animation and 14 animation, all about week on several comps.

    @RH2: there was 3.5 of us at these time,
    Jacek- 2d textures, postproduction and flash addons.
    Piotrek- Modeling and materials
    Wojtek- supervisor, modeling and materials (he went to work in Norway before we finished)
    and me- modeling, materials and animation

    @Christian Lehmann: Yes, pictures were made in blender too :)

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