From 3d to Reallity. 2 Projects that became true. Arcade restored to a Arcade convertible & Dog Caravan

Hi guys¡ I’m here again.

Today I want to show you these 2 projects. Both of them aren’t great 3d designs and neither aren’t really impressive or with a smart mechanism but I have fabricated both of them, and both have some interesting aspects. Let’s go to see it¡

Arcade restored to an Arcade convertible

First I would like to show you this mix between an Arcade restoration (this is more like making stuff) and transformation in a convertible Arcade (this is the design part)

What is “Convertible”¿?¿?

This is the value that I added to the arcade.
I mean, the arcade cabinet is big, really big and it’s normally cool, but, what happen if you are fancy to move your Arcade Classic station to your holiday’s house or your friend’s party, or for any reason, suddenly you have less space in your house? Ok, I give you a solution, in my design you can extract a central module. This module has all the necessary to take away your video game platform. You only going to leave in the cabinet the joypad and the speakers (obviously).

As always one picture says everything, let’s go to see¡

You only need 3 things to enjoy playing in any place,
1º Electric power
2ª Bluethoot joypad
3º Speakers o earphones

I really think that is an interesting idea, this is really simple, I know. But it’s a good upgrade for make a big machine a “portable” console. You can see more in making stuff section.
I really hope that you liked the idea¡

Dog Caravan

Secondly, this originally Dog Caravan.

It’s less innovating than the Arcade machine, but It’s good to see how 3d design help us to construct simple things too.

In fact it is a simple Dog House with Caravan form, but I love the fact of know the exact quantity of material that I have to use, the approximate weight and other aspects that without a good design are really difficult to know.

If you want, you can see a video in Making stuff.

See you soon, and remember, I love feedback¡

Designed with Catia and SolidEdge.

 

 

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