Admit it, it's every Engineer's favourite view. Orthographic? Isometric? Transparent? Nah.. Exploded is best. Every part in the air, arranged perfectly so one can see how even the hidden pieces work together. What a surprise - GrabCADrs have uploaded lots of great work with this specific rendering as well. So here's the best of the best for exploded models.
There's more to Binoculars like these than meets the eye. When you zoom in and focus on the design, you release there are a lot of parts that need to work together precisely to ensure correct focusing. Thanks to Saulius L, Binocular design isn't so much of a mystery anymore.
Tourbillons are a matter of pride among professional watchmakers. With this picture by W P Rayner, you can see exactly why. Usually Tourbillons are no more than a centimetre across (even less sometimes), designed to provide accurate timekeeping regardless of the orientation or position of the watch, a factor that changes the influences of gravity on the timepiece.