Fisher Actuator Type 667

This piece was made for the the Process Tech course digitization project for the Kenai Peninsula College by Designori. It was modeled in blender and textured in Substance Painter. Initially, only the green body was created, with the black box and hardware coming later. The machine in question is an actuated positioner, so as pressure builds in the top vessel, a metal rod in the center column is moved vertically. The biggest challenge with this one would probably have to be the topology for the main body itself. Getting the subdivision surface to flow nicely was challenging, as well as getting it to bake to a lower poly. For the material, I re-used an old material I created for the RSW project, the painted green metal is the painted blue metal of the RSW compressor with a few tweaks. It's easily the most useful material I've ever created. More to come.

February 24, 2022