Our client was building a race car, which he wanted to feature a Datsun 510 tail light. However, these tail lights are very rare, and he was unable to locate one to purchase. Fortunately, he already had a Datsun 510 tail light from another vehicle, so he bought this one into Absolute3D’s Melbourne studio.Read more
When it comes to high-performance sports equipment, comfort and fit are almost as important as safety. Cyclists who compete at the highest levels need to be confident that their gear will perform safely under all conditions, even when they’re pushing themselves to the limit.
Our client wanted to create a comfortable, aerodynamic and robust bicycle seat designed especially for women – one that would that would help boost competition performance while also meeting all current industry safety standards.Read more
Swim paddles are often used by competitive swimmers to help develop power, speed and efficiency. The design of the paddle is paramount to its performance. Our client, a swimming coach, had envisioned a concept for a new type of swimming paddle, and had developed a rough foam prototype of his design. But with no experience of 3D modelling, he reached out to Absolute 3D for assistance in transforming his idea into a real working model.Read more
Ford Performance Vehicles wanted to increase the stiffness and strength of the uprights used in their V8 race cars, in order to improve vehicle performance and handling during cornering, and also to minimise the likelyhood of failure in the event of a crash. The challenge for Absolute 3D was to improve upon these properties without increasing the weight of the component.Read more