The piece of portfolio you are watching is the 3D Robotic Arm Gripper. In the following Model, you get to watch a robotic arm with different kinds of segments. On the model’s surface, we have also applied the caution mark. We have done it with spatial texturing and UV mapping techniques.
The following robotic arm gripper modeling represents low poly modeling techniques. It means the model takes up less space on your computer’s resources. As a result, you could also work on the following model with a lot less resourceful device. Plus, it shows how we could create amazing-looking but intricate models with low poly settings.
We have also added bumps and variations on the Robotic Arm Gripper Design’s surface. It adds us to the realism of the model as well. Plus, we have applied different kinds of textures to the body of the robotic arms body and the base. As a result, you could relate more about which surface it’s representing.
Talking about the software used to create the following 3D model, it’s Autodesk 3DS MAX. The following software has great features to let us create better models. Plus, we have skilled 3D members trained and experienced in creating amazing models using the following software.
The usability of the following 3D models is a lot higher. Like, you could apply the following model to any sci-fi game or assembly line presentation. If you are inventing and trying to sell your new robot units, then you will need 3D models like the following one. Why? Because you will need these to market and create Robotic Arm Gripper Solidworks.