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In my opinion, to be a good designer in motorsports, 3D visualizations regarding emergencies/eLearning, 3D printing, 3D scanning, engineering – you need to have a practical sense. Experience being a industrial and building site electrician (since 2002), building cars from scratch (since 2004), drifting – many years pro (since 2006), professional degree BIM technician (since 2020), mechanical engineering (ongoing). Gives you a big advantage in designing – because you know what works!!


I love engineering, thats why I’m going for a Master’s Degree.

Example; the picture shows a crash simulation of a roll cage. Max displacement of tubes, forces in X, Y and Z planes, material stress in MPa.


  • 3D modeling
  • Designs
  • Rendering/visualization
  • Motorsport
  • Engineering
  • Reverse Engineering

3D Printing/Laser cutting/CNC

If you need any 3D printed parts, I’ve got the equipment for that. PETG and PETG Carbon Fiber etc. Prototyping and more.

Flashforge Adventurer 3 – PETG for strong and durable parts

Creality Ender 3 Max – modified with many parts, direct drive. Prints PETG Carbon Fiber

Printrbot Plus v2.1 ! The old school machine – works great, USA made! Prints PLA for prototyping on direct drive setup.

Snapmaker 2.0 A350 – professional grade machine that 3D prints, laser cuts, and CNC mills.

3D Scanning

  • Shining 3D Einstar
  • Creality CR-Scan 01
  • Specialize in:
  • Complete chassis/body for roll cage design
  • Engine bays
  • Suspension
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Custom fabrication
  • Engineering

Reverse Engineering

3D Visualization

  • Product display
  • Car related
  • Motorsport
  • eLearning – 4K rendered images and videos for educational purpose. Fire drills, accidents/emergencies, simulations, how-to’s and more…

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