This is a simple replica model of the famous Timken T-221 Transfer Case that was a divorced three shaft case from the 1950s to 1970 in GMC and Chevy Trucks. My client wanted a 1/25th scale model that was detailed yet with a simple look that would be made on a 3D printer and then molded.
This is a simple replica model of the famous Timken T-221 Transfer Case that was a divorced three shaft case from the 1950s to 1970 in GMC and Chevy Trucks. My client wanted a 1/25th scale model that was detailed yet with a simple look that would be made on a 3D printer and then molded.
This is a simple replica model of the famous Timken T-221 Transfer Case that was a divorced three shaft case from the 1950s to 1970 in GMC and Chevy Trucks. My client wanted a 1/25th scale model that was detailed yet with a simple look that would be made on a 3D printer and then molded.
This is a simple replica model of the famous Timken T-221 Transfer Case that was a divorced three shaft case from the 1950s to 1970 in GMC and Chevy Trucks. My client wanted a 1/25th scale model that was detailed yet with a simple look that would be made on a 3D printer and then molded.
Cylinder Sphere Brush with Shaft: all 4 assembled- Rendered using Solidworks 2012
Cylinder sphere brush: 1 section
Cone Brush rendering: Solidworks model
Cone Brush Rendering: Solidworks model
Prototype Cone Brush Completed: Aluminum body with strip brushes
Cylinder Brush - Rendered using Solidworks 2012
Wooden Scratch Brush - Rendered using Solidworks 2012
Wooden Disk Brush - Rendered using Solidworks 2012
HDPE Disk Brush - Rendered using Solidworks 2012
Logo - I redesigned the Logo for Hilltop View Home Improvements. ©2011
Kid's Kitchen Stage 3-Completed - I took an old Nightstand and reconstructed it to look like a kitchen for kids. The original door was used for the oven and a new door was cut out for the Refridgerator. A partition had to be created in between the two and the top drawer was cut in half to be used for the oven knobs.
Kid's Kitchen Stage 2 - I took an old Nightstand and reconstructed it to look like a kitchen for kids. The original door was used for the oven and a new door was cut out for the Refridgerator. A partition had to be created in between the two and the top drawer was cut in half to be used for the oven knobs.
Kid's Kitchen Stage 1 - I took an old Nightstand and reconstructed it to look like a kitchen for kids. The original door was used for the oven and a new door was cut out for the Refridgerator. A partition had to be created in between the two and the top drawer was cut in half to be used for the oven knobs.
Loader Light Accessory - This is an Ad or Brochure I created to showcase the Loader Light as an accessory for Kioti Tractors. Though it can be developed to fit all tractor models.

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Loader Light Layout - The Assembly drawing with Rendering.
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Toy Box - The Toy Box is made out of Red Oak Plywood that was stapled and glued together. All edges were rounded using a router and a palm sander for a smooth finish. The letters were scrap wood that was traced and cut out. The main coat of paint is a Semi-Gloss White; the butterflies, strawberries, leaves, and rose were airbrushed on, afterwhich a final clear coat was added. With the spring hinges the lid can stay up without falling and crushing little fingers. ©2010
Toy Box ©2010
Deck Construction Stage 1 - Designed, then laid out area of placement for construction.
Deck Construction Stage 2 - Post supports and structural Framing completed.
Deck Construction Stage 3 - Flooring being installed with boards in a diagonal direction.
Deck Construction Stage 4 ©2010 - Completion of Deck.
Deck Construction Stage 5 ©2012 - A Planter box was added around the deck with a Retaining Wall placed in front. Flowers to be added later.
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Mark B
Industrial Designer Los Angeles, CA