Nick is primarily hired to work with a designer to help develop a design in clay, with his final deliverable being the finished “class A” surfaces for all the visible components. These clay surfaces can then be scanned and further worked in a digital environment for mass production or 3D printing.
-Full size clay models and hard models
Full preparation and execution of clay and hard models. From building up of the buck, through design development, to a fully finished painted show model, Claymoto has extensive experience to bring to your project.
ClayMoto has it’s own Peel 2 CAD scanning system from Creaform which is used during the clay development process. With this system in our toolbox, the traditional clay modelling workflow is made infinitely more efficient. Any part of the model can be accurately scanned (0.300 mm/m) in a matter of moments, and quickly referenced to the engineering package to check for interference or non compliance. A real game changer.
-Digital surface modelling
Until they come up with a solution that brings the physical world and the digital world closer together, we have to rely on digital modellers to take scan data and produce “mathematical” surfaces in CAD. ClayMoto brings you some of the industry’s most talented, motorcycle specialist, digital modellers.
-Modelling project management
You give a deadline and a list of expectations. ClayMoto will give the project plan to see that your expectations are well exceeded and on time and on budget.
Clay modelling is a very specialist area, and with that come some very specialist techniques. Nick is a knowledgeable and patient teacher.