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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 - http://www.brammer.biz/

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.

8 Comments

  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:
    http://marijn.sharper.nl/public/Meatloop/bureaubladrol.png
    Here is the machine I designed:
    http://marijn.sharper.nl/public/Meatloop/machinerender3.png
    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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