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Title: Manual de montaje en 3D
Author: Peña Velasco, Francisco Javier
Tutor: Campo Marquiegui, Jesús del
Others: Gilaberte Redondo, Andreu
Abstract: This project is based on the idea of observation as a key element of learning, being used as a fundamental support for the application of knowledge, techniques and methods. That is why, due to the great advancement of technology, especially the development of 3D drawing and animation techniques, today it is possible to represent processes with amazing detail and rigor, a circumstance that allows access and use of these resources for the benefit of the user. In this work, a method has been developed to show the instruction manuals and product assembly through 3D animation techniques, thus discovering some predominant guidelines during the elaboration and development process, this consisting of the organization of the instruction manual in three well differentiated stages; first of all, the presentation of all the elements involved, their subsequent assembly using different techniques, and finally, the representation of the assembled product in action. To exemplify what has been exposed, the scale model of a flying saucer or UFO has been designed and modeled from scratch, dividing it into several parts that can be assembled using different techniques, movement has been provided through animation to the different assemblies and a video file has been generated. The result clearly presents the potential of this visual tool applied to assembly manuals.
Keywords: 3D
3ds Max
assembly manual
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: 23-Jan-2023
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