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Wow...really nice work!
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Fantastic!
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https://www.cgstudio.com/3d-model/porsche-911-engine-10822

This has been around for a while but doesn't look as good

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https://www.cgstudio.com/3d-model/porsche-911-engine-10822

This has been around for a while but doesn't look as good
Yes, I saw that. It lacked the detail I wanted (specifically, none of the guts are there) and decided to make my own.
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Catorce, thank you!!
I actually have found weak links in SW's that ACAD Inventor does better and Mechanical.

Guess I'm getting more familiar with it all. They all use the same base coding AFAIK. Mostly GUI differences from understanding?
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I actually have found weak links in SW's that ACAD Inventor does better and Mechanical.

Guess I'm getting more familiar with it all. They all use the same base coding AFAIK. Mostly GUI differences from understanding?
I'm not familiar with anything from a coding standpoint, I'm completely oblivious haha.

Here's a quick edit you guys might like. I don't have the valves/springs/retainers etc in there yet, but the ports are there.



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Awesome!!!!
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A few additions. Worked on getting the components done for the head assembly.



Then moved onto the intakes.



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I feel like you are working your way towards a full VR model to enable us to practice our engine rebuilding skills without an actual engine! These renders are just awesome.
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Hi, Just wanted to join the fan-wagon and say I really enjoy your images and skill, and appreciate the time it takes to measure everything and do this work.
I am old enough to have spent 15 years on the pencil drawing board, doing technical drawings and I find the latest scan, cad, rendering technology amazing, compared to the old school methods of a few decades ago!
Keep the images coming!!! Cheers, Tom
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Thanks guys!

Had a chance to start the long journey that is the Zenith carbs, roughed in, needing so many features.



Also added the fan pulley.
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I think you'd give Instagram a melt-down if you were to start posting these renderings on there! Seriously impressive. Need these as prints in my workshop. And man-cave. And house. (no, there's no Mrs Spenny_b thankfully )
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I think you'd give Instagram a melt-down if you were to start posting these renderings on there! Seriously impressive. Need these as prints in my workshop. And man-cave. And house. (no, there's no Mrs Spenny_b thankfully )
Thank you! They are already on Instagram, I just don't have a ton of followers.

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Incredible! Thank you for your time and dedication to this wonderful effort...much appreciated!
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