Orionpharma Case Study:
Challenges and particularities of the process
When it comes to working with 3D models from real existing objects, a very important thing to consider is the existence (or not) of the design blueprints for the object in question. Having them can save a lot of time. In this particular case, we had to design the device EasyHaler from scratch which turned out to be pretty challenging.
We normally introduce reference images into our software in order to guide the modeling process. We can use six different orthogonal views, with no perspective: Right side view, Left side view, Frontal view, Rare view, Zenith or Bird’s eye view, and Nadir view. Construction plans for the object are placed following the different views, in order to have an exact geometrical map. In this case, because we couldn’t use the device’s blueprints, we used images of it and compared it to different size references in order to get the proper shape from every different angle. We are very proud of our team’s expertise, which allowed us to recreate the actual device without having the engineering blueprints.