Ritom Pumped-Storage Plant Project - Tunneling under extreme conditions

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The Ritom power plant in Ticino, which was built in 1920 and is located only a few kilo­meters from the Gotthard Tunnel, is in need of re­newal. Since 2018, a number of con­tract­ors from the Marti Group have been working on this over­all complex re­novation on behalf of Ritom SA.










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dielaughing73 2 ヶ月 前
Give your digital engineering and media team a raise. This is an outstanding video!
@Kapil Chhabria well we saw how amazing they are, thanks to this wonderful video
Kapil Chhabria
Kapil Chhabria 2 日 前
dude, if you are impressed by the animation, imagine how amazing the civil engineering team must be!
@Literary Nick ঢ়লৌচ
D M.B ヶ月 前
MoosMan ヶ月 前
This was actually so well made I didn't know it was a corporate video. This is so well made it's incredible. As someone else said, give your media team a raise! Also the guy with the trumpet at the end is the real mvp
Bart ヶ月 前
Yes, extremely good overall quality documentary. We should shout to National Geographic and Discovery - are you watching this?
Soviet cat
Soviet cat ヶ月 前
Irate Beau
Irate Beau ヶ月 前
my jaw was on the floor for the entire video. not only was the animation exemplary, but the sheer ingenuity required to achieve tunnels like this is awe-inspiring.
Forward News Today
The teamwork is baffling
my jaw too wtf to even execute, produce, direct, narrate, script, a documentary like this monumental like Einstein said when hearing a Menhuin performance: now i know god exists now let me go to sleep, please
OneBiasedOpinion ヶ月 前
Marti, I appreciate the way your team filmed this. You gave due credit to your workers and emphasized the physical labor and creativity they had to employ to make this possible, gave extremely clear visual and auditory explanations of each step and each setback, acknowledged some cliches in the editing process with a good sense of humor, and still managed to market your brand very well. This was a titanic task and your drilling team definitely deserve accolades for what they accomplished. Thanks for taking us all along for the ride. Best use of 30 minutes that I’ve spent in a while.
Alpha ヶ月 前
I'm in absolute awe, I'm speechless, the work these men have performed is next to impossible. This is the best documentary I've ever seen on youtube.
Pendyala Akshay
Pendyala Akshay ヶ月 前
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Sturmfalke ][ ヶ月 前
I thought this was a video I would click and leave after a few minutes, but then I noticed that I was already 20 minutes in. The video is a truly masterful creation, suitable for such an astonishing project. I learned a lot about tunnelboring, which isn't boring at all. That workers deserve all the appreciation they got! The setup and planning of the projectspecific infrastructure was also extremely interesting to me. Keep the wheels spinning!
Pendyala Akshay
Pendyala Akshay ヶ月 前
@BethePandaGames That was just chef’s kiss!
BethePandaGames ヶ月 前
I thought the same. The transitions from animated to actual camera footage was just amazing.
UFAnders 2 ヶ月 前
This might be the most interesting, concise, and beautifully animated technical video I've ever watched.
Tief Blau
Tief Blau ヶ月 前
Oh and there are not Vimen Heminist here in any of these jobs...
moto G4
moto G4 ヶ月 前
Can you imagine if only the Egyptians would have done the same for the pyramids all those years ago we would be able to stop speculating how they were built.
@Walter Rutherford around 250,000,000 CHF = 269,965,500 USD for the design, fabrication, installation and commissioning. Certainly a lot more if you want to include the engineering cost of this giant drill system :P
Walter Rutherford
The only thing missing, (and one of the biggest questions I had while watching that), is the cost. Engineering the tunnel must’ve literally cost a fortune!
oldgordo61 ヶ月 前
I agree very interesting and truly a marvel of engineering.
Yecto ヶ月 前
The seamless transition between animation and video was unique and appreciable
ambkumar 9 日 前
Wow! The super fine 3D animation integrated with live video is mesmerizing! Hats off to the creators! Thanks from the heart!💖
Sierra Whiskey
Sierra Whiskey ヶ月 前
This documentary was awesome! Hats off to overcoming all the difficulties to the designers and crew who pulled this incredible feat off.
Mort ヶ月 前
Truly incredible how much people, resources and engineering skills are necessary for a project like this
Alex J
Alex J ヶ月 前
As an Instructional Designer I GREATLY appreciate the script, editing, animations, and overall work it took to make this video. Incredible work… the tunnel is cool too 😅
MrGuyCali 2 ヶ月 前
The graphics and transitions in this video are of such high quality it's unreal. Congrats to the team that produced this.
Jason Olinger
Jason Olinger ヶ月 前
@TetyLike3 i wouldn't say that but melody sheep is insane.
TetyLike3 ヶ月 前
I partially agree, but it's not nearly as good as melodysheep.
DNFrozen ヶ月 前
yeah 16:02
Sam Qu
Sam Qu ヶ月 前
Absolutely, it must have been a long and difficult process to make those amazing transitions let alone everything else.
Raed Gaj
Raed Gaj ヶ月 前
What an incredible achievement. The workers all deserve an award for overcoming every obstacle in their way. It is amazing to witness such determination, bravo.
flomojo2u ヶ月 前
Seriously impressive for a corporate-produced video, it was both exciting and informative. Hats off to the engineers who drilled the tunnel and the production team!
gnryushi ヶ月 前
Incredible work from everyone involved. A testament to human determination and ingenuity.
Jaz Basic
Jaz Basic ヶ月 前
Absolutely amazing! One of the best 32min I spent watching something on JPvid!!! I thought, let me have a quick stroll through as I work in HS2 Euston/London. But holy moly , this had me hooked and amazed all the way through. Hats of to everyone involved.
Naefaren ヶ月 前
This was amazing to watch. Seamless switching between animation and reality, amazing engineering and the sense of satisfaction at the end, WOW!
schlollepop 2 ヶ月 前
This is easily the best corporate video I ever have seen. Impressive feat, great storytelling, and a lot of technical detail. Kudos to Marti both for the film and the tunnel. I have learned a lot from the video.
Pendyala Akshay
Pendyala Akshay ヶ月 前
@mrlithium I am truly waiting for that to happen.
OneBiasedOpinion ヶ月 前
My biggest enjoyment was hearing them acknowledge that they beat the challenges they faced thanks to professionals working tirelessly inside that tunnel day-in and day-out. Shows that they have at least _some_ baseline value as a corporation for their employees, which is saying a lot these days.
mrlithium ヶ月 前
I had to share it, I hope they will go viral and we see a new heavy industry pro youtube category
Aurelia Ciabatta
Aurelia Ciabatta ヶ月 前
Well,what more can be said. It’s testimony of many skills required to make project like this to happen. Lots and lots of people contributing skills and experience to get results. Couple of things thou. There must be some clever system of rest areas with food and beverages and you guessed right - toilets and amenities. Right? Congratulations to all involved men an women. Bravo. 👏👏👏👏👏👏 Perhaps we should mention that at the same time further to the East and North another bunch of “clever” buggers trying to blow up to smithereens another country. Bloody clever ehh. Don’t know. Good day to all.
Jordan L
Jordan L ヶ月 前
This was an amazing video, hope you consider making more in the future, this is a great way to make people aware of all the amazing work you did.
Adway Chakraborty
Hats of to the crew- legends, I can only stay at the comfort of my home and imagine how difficult this was, thanks to the animation
Buiten Zorg
Buiten Zorg 24 日 前
This short movie is no mere documentary. It has humour, drama, moments of despair, ingenuity and triumph. Absolute perfection.
Lambert's Workshop
Truly fascinating. Watched the whole thing in awe at the outstanding logistics of building that project. And honestly incredible video production: clear and concise!
The amount of engineering prowess an labor was absolutely amazing. Congratulations to everybody involved.
giacatollo 2 ヶ月 前
This has set my bench mark for construction videos. Fantastic animations, self acknowledged dramatic music, no back stories of the workers, and even though its a promo, the branding is part of the story and not forced. I'm a cynical old prick but this was good enough for me to leave a positive comment.
Rein Marandi
Rein Marandi ヶ月 前
I liked that the narrator took a couple of jabs at the editing team "The background music might seem like easy listening..." Over all great stuff indeed
marco brenni
marco brenni 20 日 前
Outstanding work and video! Just incredible! Common people have no idea of the enormous difficulties implicated in this huge work. My best compliments to all
ChEng Ergo
ChEng Ergo ヶ月 前
I'm extremely proud of these men and for the Marti Group. Their engineering plan and determination to complete this project was incredible! All the redundancies were applied and problems were mitigated smoothly.
Dave Jacques
Dave Jacques ヶ月 前
This machine is a beast and it moves with such grace through all the rock situations. This was really a great video thank you.
chameleonfreak ヶ月 前
The way this video merged the 3d animation with the footage from the tunnel was outstanding! This TBM truly is a technical marvel.
Fantastically produced video here! Gripping from start to finish! The clarity in explanation and visual aids were outstanding as well. Well done, and maybe your team could help everyone else make technical videos this well.
Szilágyi Szabolcs
Szilágyi Szabolcs 2 ヶ月 前
If Oscars had a technical/engineering/corporate category, this for sure would win. Watched it with awe.
KILLer MONkey ヶ月 前
Agreed, very good 👍
Sipri M
Sipri M ヶ月 前
looking at the the crew diversity, I doubt they even get to be nominated lol.
zombieregime ヶ月 前
@Han Solo of course, it runs the risk of educating the populous. And since there are still people, especially in marketing, that believe 'because I found school hard and boring it means all types of learning are boring, therefore since I dont see any entertainment value in it no one could possibly enjoy and be entertained by a seemingly boring learning opportunity.... because I took marketing at the community college and this piece of paper I acquired using homework help sites says I know what people want...by measuring it against what I want...and anyone that doesnt share that opinion is wrong' I can see it being an uphill battle to even put the idea in their heads. That being said, I would totally watch a technical/corporate video awards show. Could you imagine the on-boarding/orientation/"welcome to the company" category?! Sure there would be a ton of razzy worthy entries, but some companies have awesome media departments/contractors!
Han Solo
Han Solo ヶ月 前
The Oscars would only benefit from such a category. It would finally be interesting.
M Miller
M Miller ヶ月 前
I wholeheartedly agree
James Walley
James Walley ヶ月 前
After 3 decades in heavy industrial construction, I have to say the coordination and execution, even in the face of unexpected adverse conditions, is absolutely phenomenally impressive.
Cama ヶ月 前
It put a smile on my face to see them all so excited after finishing!
Miki ヶ月 前
Unexpectedly this was one of the very best videos I saw in a month! Amazing job (in real life and the video itself too)! It is rare that I can relate to huge celebrations in a video but on this occasion, I was on the edge of my seat the whole time and I was cheering with the team! :D I am still blown by the smoothness of transitions of real-life footage and animations!
in significant
in significant ヶ月 前
Editing in this video is amazing. This took a lot of work to make it so seamless. Amazing work by the construction/drilling crews. Amazing achievement of engineering. All around amazing.
HK ヶ月 前
Everything about this video is pure excellence: the engineering itself, animations, information, narration. Bravo.
SomeHomies 2 ヶ月 前
This is an absolutely amazing overview. Such an impressive project and execution and a really high quality animation and explanation. Thank you!
raydunakin ヶ月 前
What an amazing project! A real triumph of engineering and technology. The video is just as impressive as the project itself -- very, very well done!
Building stuff
Building stuff ヶ月 前
With no experience on such a large project the logistics to pull off something like this astound me. Really impressive.
Vivek Yadav
Vivek Yadav ヶ月 前
I've never seen such good animation and explanatory video before. Unbelievable detail about working of TBM. Thank you so much for making this publicly available. Companies keeping everything secretive slows down progress of humanity.
Pilbromatic ヶ月 前
Great video! I love how easy it was to see the problems at hand - great camera perspectives with 3D modelling videos to back it up. Very interesting!
Ostsol ヶ月 前
A wonderful celebration of sciences, engineering and a lot of hard work! Really brings to light the difficulties in tunnelling.
Eugene Kozlenko
Eugene Kozlenko 2 ヶ月 前
Whoever did the flawless transitions from rendered to live footage should get a technical Oscar.
*^Khoa ヶ月 前
@Armament Armed Arm The tranisition of animation to reality making us experience the challenges faced by the team. Wow words alone couldn't have done justice. Deserves several awards to compliment Marti and its team.
Armament Armed Arm
23:04 That's planning right there.
Mr Dare
Mr Dare ヶ月 前
This is what you call quality content. Great job, guys. Good luck to you in your endeavors.
ifroad33 ヶ月 前
Great job! The safety measures taken really shows how carefully planned this project was 👏
Kevin Bauer
Kevin Bauer ヶ月 前
Amazing job, and a great reminder of the underground surprises that delay civil engineering projects. Well done!
dcQ23 ヶ月 前
Absolutely stunning and probably award winning. Looking forward to many more.
Dory Abelman
Dory Abelman ヶ月 前
What a story!! This is an incredible video and I'm so happy I watched it. Thanks for sharing. The detailed explanations and animations were fascinating to watch. What an accomplishment this was!
Kagrith Kriege
Kagrith Kriege 2 ヶ月 前
This is certified engineering porn, never mind the edutainment which was also stellar. An absolutely amazing accomplishment from every angle. Loved seeing the pride on everyone's face at the end. Stellar job by all involved. Thanks for sharing!
Pendyala Akshay
Pendyala Akshay ヶ月 前
@Wander Hillen I know right. That was just brilliant piece of equipment.
Wander Hillen
Wander Hillen ヶ月 前
That fallback gripper mechanism is fantastic, and explained extremely well. The way it can retract to make the diameter smaller is also very cool.
Max Ortega
Max Ortega 21 日 前
30:07 its absolutely astounding to me that we have the ability to line something up from so far away so perfectly
Pendyala Akshay
Pendyala Akshay ヶ月 前
Loved each and every bit of this video! Seeing those engineers overcome the challenges and celebrating the success at the end warmed my heart! Truly a engineering marvel! ❤
Khether ヶ月 前
I particularly love the 3D and editing on this one, how thoroughly everything is explained and showcased! Very cool!
rpguy172 25 日 前
I don't even remember how I ended up here, but I am sure glad I did. Impressive ingenuity and problem solving prowess. As an engineer myself, I am humbled and a little jealous of the people who were involved in this project. Great Work! more videos like this one please.
Eternity Sphere
Eternity Sphere ヶ月 前
This was fascinating. Always enjoy such a well made engineering project. Well done.
Beschaulichkeit 2 ヶ月 前
This was a fabulous presentation. I was expecting to watch maybe 5 minutes of this but then I spent the whole 32 minutes giving my wife the play-by-play with each new development!
Mikkel ヶ月 前
Not gonna lie, I tried to find my most educated friends and tell them about the problems Marti Group were dealing with and pitching them the video. This is extremely fascinating!
Thunderbolt Wisdom
Same here. She looks totally enthralled...🤔
Loanword Eggcorn
Loanword Eggcorn ヶ月 前
@Ron Your wife is good at puns. She finds boring, boring.
Ron ヶ月 前
@Everett L Williams II agreed in my country women tend to score higher on average, in University and HS exams compared to men. Its a pitty more women didnt go into fields like civil mechanical electrical engineering. Theyve proven theyve got the brains for it
Everett L Williams II
@Ron Speaking of idiots, there are women engineers on tunneling projects around the world and a great deal of the work is brain work, not requiring brute strength. Think of all the design work that had to go into this before the TBM could tunnel a single inch. A simple error in design could end up with the TBM stuck in that crushed rock and having to be cut up and replaced in situ under the most hazardous conditions. There are many women engineers capable of such work and I am sure that some were involved in some aspects of this project. And I know quite a few women who would enjoy watching this video if their knuckle-dragger husbands would get out of the way and quit yelling for beer and food, as if they couldn't pause the video and get it for themselves.
Super Specialty
Super Specialty ヶ月 前
Awesome, I spent a short time in a Special Tools section that designed equipment to accomplish tasks for submarine repairs, but this tunneling task which took a year was phenomenal. What team work! To bad the world can’t get it together.
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Eliza Evie 日 前
We're lucky we are now living in a world of technology where all the information we need is very accessible to our reach.
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Lawman212 ヶ月 前
What an incredible story. Fascinating on all fronts, and I could understand the men's cheers at the end. I'm sure someone somewhere was skeptical about the added cost of telling this story, but the result is tremendous. VBVisual did outstanding work on the video.
Unapologetic masculinity
The animation blending seamlessly with the actual footage is impressive. Excellent video and a fascinating project.
Ajen Johnson
Ajen Johnson ヶ月 前
Honestly, I can't believe I just watched this film unconsciously and enthusiastically to the end. Wow great job to the editors and animators you deserve an Oscar. As for the engineers, you deserve a massage for three whole months to kill the stress. I wonder how the machine was driven according to measure, it came out at the exact place without missing. 👍
jugglinglessons 2 ヶ月 前
The virtual and actual video merging is amazingly good at giving me a clear mental picture of the scale and shape of your project. Kudos to the people in bright vests and also in post production.
Goose Not maverick
Goose Not maverick 2 ヶ月 前
I've watched a lot of stuff about tunnel boring and this is the most comprehensive understanding of how a TBM works than I've ever had. It's incredible.
Apptical Illusions
This video was amazing! I've always wondered how a tunnel boring machine worked. And the editing was top notch
Gustavo Rezende
Gustavo Rezende ヶ月 前
Congratulations to all of the professionals of this amazing project!
Throttle 13
Throttle 13 18 日 前
Never thought digging a hole could be such an adventure! Amazing work and dedication.
Owais Majeed
Owais Majeed ヶ月 前
Very impressive visualization of the project. I wish many many congratulations to everyone who was part of the project. While watching, each passing minute was creating the interest, what next, and at the breakthrough seeing Lombardi on banner sky rocket my happiness. Proud to be a civil engineer. And thank you for such a video to validate the engineering marvels and appreciation to all who get involved in these challenging projects.
MarkZart ヶ月 前
Congratulations! Beautifully done. This is a masterful production of a nearly impossible task. This should be shown at theatres worldwide! Well done, very impressive engineering achievement 👍
sinita lamba
sinita lamba 2 ヶ月 前
Firstly, congratulations to the team for drilling tunnel with such precision. Secondly, the digital team who simulated the entire process with overlapping real world imagery was mind boggling, such fantastic job.
Wiryan Tirta
Wiryan Tirta ヶ月 前
yeah it was good blend of 3D and and geometry-applied live photos and videos in the transitions
Morgan Madej
Morgan Madej ヶ月 前
I completely agree with Sinita! Astonishing work!
AJ Rikli
AJ Rikli ヶ月 前
Superb. Outstanding representation of this work. Thank you and your greater team for making this digestible, interesting, and detailed for all the viewers.
Matt Cangie
Matt Cangie ヶ月 前
I never gave much thought as to how giant underground tunnels were created... The engineering, machinery and creativity humans use to achieve their goals is incredible! When I had tooth extractions and replacements done years ago, I was impressed then at the small scale of tools and components used so delicately. This surprises me the same way but at the opposite end of the size scale. @Marti Group: I don't think I would have understood or been as interested in the details had you not made such an engaging and illustrative video documentary of it like this. I'd like to say thanks for enlightening my mind today.
Bruce Boschek
Bruce Boschek ヶ月 前
There is so much to say here, but few words are often most appropriate. The tunneling effort itself is phenomenal and the workers performed miracles. The engineers and technicians did an amazing job dealing with much unknown geology. Finally, the creators of this video performed their own miracle. I watched the whole half hour with bated breath. Thanks to all involved.
MichaelAussie05 ヶ月 前
What an in credible video of an incredible accomplishment. Bravo to all involved in the construction and the brilliant team who made this video. I was totally entertained and informed. Engrossing. Cheers. PS please tell me there will be a follow up to this.
David Moss
David Moss ヶ月 前
WOW! What a undertaking! That video in itself was incredible, along with the animations showing the problems and solutions was a major project just itself! The entire crew of that whole project should receive at least a years wages tax-free to reward them for the great work!
Not Now
Not Now 2 ヶ月 前
Huge respect to the workers and engineers. Amazing documentary! Great balance of information, drama and humor.
Bryan M
Bryan M ヶ月 前
This was like watching a premium documentary. Love seeing the guys doing labor getting credit with the guys doing the designing.
Jeffrey Collins
Jeffrey Collins ヶ月 前
Oh that was AWESOME! My favorite part of the video was the animations you fellas did. Holy Moly those were some sweet images going through the rock and I really loved how you told us how fast we were traveling to get down to the TBM. Very cool.
Moe K
Moe K ヶ月 前
Absolutely the best 3D work and timeline/production I have ever seen from a construction documentary. The animators are WORLD CLASS. I wonder what software was used and if the 3D models were shared from manufacturer. A++
ulysees321 ヶ月 前
Got to say, people who do this type of work are a different breed, well done to all, also excellent documentary very well put together and very interesting.
InnerFire6213 ヶ月 前
i cried when i saw the drillhead finished its journey 😭. what a magnificent feat of human engineering
Bartmann n
Bartmann n 2 ヶ月 前
What all of the other commentators already said. The best corporate video I've ever seen. All the technical details, the challenges and these amazing transitions from animation to real footage.... The JPvid algorithm did good today.
Aleksandar Dimeski
Actually, I tried to remove the hair from my display... Well done sir :)
Onur Yüksekol
Onur Yüksekol ヶ月 前
This video has a quality of Discovery channel documentary. Well done and congrats! Was fun and teaching to watch. Hope you always record every project just like this.
Aravind Raju
Aravind Raju ヶ月 前
Incredibly well explained. I had always thought about how we drill huge tunnels with cavities and water, it was jaw dropping to know about concrete and resin injections. Man.. how complicated this is.. What a dedication. !!
foxtrot789 ヶ月 前
Very well done with non-stop information and without any useless drama that so many documentaries have today. Graphics merged flawlessly with the video too. Nicely done!
Don Marek
Don Marek 21 日 前
That's some real confined space work for the manual labor required. The part where the crew is changing the drill bits seems particularly challenging though it looks like it was a challenge from beginning to end.
The Good Old Dayz
I wish all engineer documentry videos were done like this. You have one hell of an animation media team. Good job. Also many congratulations to the Marti Engineers inside the tunnel. That was no easy task to do, but they pulled it off.
Extra Mental
Extra Mental 2 ヶ月 前
Wow the editing in this is next level, all the transitions from animation to real world are almost seamless
zombieregime ヶ月 前
Agreed! The way they overlaid/inset the live video with the animations is superb, adding a great bit of context to the feat and working conditions to achieve it. Also, that explanation of the shield injection was amazing!
moose wild
moose wild ヶ月 前
Fantastic video. These guys do some amazing work. Incredible project.
Wes Burns
Wes Burns ヶ月 前
An extremely impressive piece of engineering and technology, things like this always get me excited about machine technology.
Brian Wagner
Brian Wagner ヶ月 前
I worked on a twin 4.2M TBM for a short period of time, this is certainly dangerous and rewarding work. Great story, I would say very well done.
Renner ヶ月 前
These transitions from animation to actual footage is unreal. I agree with the comment below, the team responsible for this video deserve a raise. Well done to all involved.
Al Paca
Al Paca ヶ月 前
I love the mix between live action and 3d renderings, the production quality is incredible
Jane Wray-McCann
Jane Wray-McCann ヶ月 前
I worked on the first TBM ever made by Robbins, U.S.A. 1958, 2.8 metres diameter. It was used on four tunnels in Tasmania and last used in 1987-1988 on the longest tunnel ever bored in Australia, Mangrove Mountain 10-6 kilometres, 1 in 100 up, with a best metreage of 326 metres in a six day week. Who ever would have believed that you could build and execute a TBM on a slope of 42 degrees? Phucken incredible feat of human endeavour and engineering. A great vid, best I have ever seen but an even greater team of tunnellers. Well phucken done to you all. Regards Rory, Tasmania.
Rob Campbell
Rob Campbell ヶ月 前
I worked for Robbins. The ingenuity of this process and it's history is amazing. The geology, hydro and path of this project is indeed extreme. Hats of to the team.
Jeremy L.
Jeremy L. ヶ月 前
@Daver Son you've gotta be phucken kidding me.
big fish
big fish ヶ月 前
@Daver Son are you joking???
Squitdoogenz ヶ月 前
@Daver Son An alternative spelling of "fuckin". Probably less offensive to some.
Daver Son
Daver Son ヶ月 前
What is a phucken?
lmao this isn't a name
Such an epic story. Beauty of conquering the depths, fighting a mountain, and winning.
Florian Klein
Florian Klein ヶ月 前
Wow! What a journey. Congrats to all the hard working miners, engineers and planers. Congrats also to #vbvisual and #TobiasVolkamer on this amazing insight and stunning movie.
jayhawk184 ヶ月 前
by far the coolest 3d model view of boring ive ever seen. incredibly demonstrated example of sheer power of will, hard work and Team work!
feldamar2 ヶ月 前
This was a phenomenal video. Your AV group that put this together deserve a round of applause just as your tunnelers do. Total group project. Those guys did great!
Smiley Face
Smiley Face ヶ月 前
This is incredibly well made.
Richard A
Richard A 2 ヶ月 前
In fifty years of oilfield down hole work I wished that I had this kind of animation instead of my crude drawings to explain down hole problems. Thank you all for this.
Daniel Mukalazi
Daniel Mukalazi 8 日 前
Big thanks to the Animation Crew, and the Narrator 😊, you really did a great video 😊
Adrian N. Antonazi
The production quality of this video is astaunding, such great work and great men been involved in this project, simply amazing
Candy Sweet
Candy Sweet ヶ月 前
High production value here. Great way to explain how it works using animation.
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