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(EN) PARTcloud.net member: Enes Hodzic

  • We would like to introduce our most active members on PARTcloud.net once a month. The goal is to find out more about them, but also to show our appreciation for their contribution. 


    June 2019: Enes Hodzic











    1. Can you tell us a little bit more about yourself and your background?

    My name is Enes Hodžić. I was born in Bihac (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and I also live there. I graduated at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in 2012 and earned the title of a graduate mechanical engineer. After that, I mostly worked as a mechanical project engineer and a 3D CAD designer.


    2. What software do you use?

    I mostly use Autodesk Inventor and Solidworks. I also like to work in Corel and Lightroom tools.


    3. When and how did you start with 3D modeling and what was your first model?

    I started with the serious 3D modeling work after I graduated from college and I got employed at the refrigeration factory.


    4. What are your favorite modeling subjects/themes?

    I am mostly interested in the field of construction plant parts since I currently work as a project engineer (galvanic plants). Beside that, I also like to model different mechanical parts or even devices such as heat exchangers (I am also interested in this field of engineering).



    5. Are you also into 3D printing?

    Unfortunately, so far I did not have an opportunity to use 3D printers, although I would like to get familiar with it in the future.


    6. Is there any specific 3D model you are proud of and why?

    Every serious and complex model is a story for itself. Maybe that would be the Batmobile which I recently modeled. I spent approximately 3 days working on it, so I could say that model has the special place on my list.



    7. What was the most challenging project you have done?

    There are several demanding and challenging projects I had to deal with. For example, the project for my former employer; my colleague and I had to model almost the whole offroad CJ5 Jeep body. It was quite demanding, since all parts had to be shuffled up to each other and also it had to be made by some specific standards.


    8. As one of our most active members on PARTcloud.net, what do you find so attractive about it?

    PARTcloud.net is amazing, big community full of professionals and that is very important. There is a huge database available and many times at work, when I needed some finished parts, I could easily find it there. To be honest, what I like the most is the idea of 3D weekly challenges where, as a 3D designer, you can develop yourself and progress a lot. 


    9. What features in PARTcommunity/PARTcloud would you like to see in the future?

    For now, everything is on an enviable level. Awards which we get as a 3D challenge winners, show how much you care about us and our community participation. As I mentioned earlier, everything is on a professional level. 


    10. Do you have any other hobbies?

    I am into a photography, so I could say I am an amateur photographer. I spend a lot of my free time editing pictures and posting them on my Instagram profile. I also like to travel when I have opportunities for it. Actually, traveling is the best part of everything - getting to know new places and new people!


    11. Do you have any goals for the future regarding 3D modeling?

    I would like to learn to work with surfaces. It is an interface in which I know only the basics, so learning it will be one of priorities in my 3D modeling future.


    12. What advice would you give to beginners?

    Every new day is an opportunity to learn something new. I have learned 3D modeling by using the Internet, without any courses taken. Your will and persistence are the most important factors!



    You can see all 3D models by Enes here: