Build a Classic Geneva Drive With Cinema 4D and Xpresso

Julian Field shows how to build the Geneva drive, often seen in watch-making.

Maybe you don’t know it by name, but you’ve likely seen the movement often found in watches and projectors – the Geneva drive. This new tutorial from the Xpresso Mechanic, Julian Field, shows how to build that Geneva movement from the ground up in Maxon Cinema 4D using Xpresso.

About Julian Field.

Julian Field, AKA Expresso Mechanic (3D artist/animator), and The Unknown (singer/songwriter/producer) is an independent creative spirit based in Kent, UK. Teaches Logic Pro and Cinema 4D (Xpresso) via Skype offers one-to-one tuition in your own home if you are in the UK’s Kent area.

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