Technical animations.

If you already have a 3D CAD model of your machine, we can use it to create technical animations showing your users exactly what is important.

Words are not enough to describe the structure of a machine. To describe the replacement of components, sometimes the combination of words and pictures in the form of exploded views is also not enough.

In this case, an instruction video can be a good choice.

Advantages of technical animations.

  • Technical 3D animations can be reduced to the essentials. In a technical animation, your product can be depicted both minimalistically as a line drawing with only the most important contours or as a photo-realistic representation.

  • Details that are difficult to show in the instruction video can be enlarged or highlighted in color.

  • Once the 3D model of your product is available, technical 3D animations can be created more cost-effectively and from any location. With real, live-filmed instruction videos, on the other hand, you always need the product you want to film at hand.

  • Implementing product changes is easier in technical animations. If in the future, a part of your product changes, the corresponding parts of the technical animation can be easily modified.

It is worth creating technical animations if.

  • You want to show operating steps for your machine on an integrated display as small 3D animation.
  • You want to illustrate complicated maintenance or assembly work and distribute it purely digitally.
  • You have 3D CAD models and want to recycle them for the technical documentation of your products.
  • You want to bring traditional PDF documents to life with small embedded technical animations.
  • You want to reduce the amount of text in your instructions in order to minimize translation costs, and hence rely more on interactive, digital forms of presentation.

Interactive 3D web applications.

Put an interactive 3D model of your product in your manual or on your website.

From your CAD data, we create 3D applications that your customers can interact with. The 3D model can be freely rotated, zoomed in on and thus studied for as long as necessary.

The 3D application allows you to insert individual control elements. Start an animation, fade in descriptions or guide your customers through a complex maintenance procedure step-by-step.

Interactive 3D applications are based on modern web technologies and are natively supported by current browsers. Your customers don’t need to install plug-ins or additional software.

What use case do you have in mind?

Get in touch with us and we’ll talk it over.