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done by means of a level instrument
when both lifting trunions are exactly horizontal, then we set the inclino meter and spirit level at the basering of the column to zero degrees as well (horizontal level)
the inclinometer and spiritlevel are attached to the basering and will remain in the same vertical plain during the erection. from horizontal into vertical position, because of the swivel construction of the multiplex board
  when  the measuring system is set and checked, the  rigging supervisor instructs  both main lift crane operators to start lifting
the tailcrane is placed in a free swing and gently has to keep the basering from the ground  and  at. the same time slowly slews towards  cranes “a” and “b”
crane “a” is lifting at the same lifting speed during the entire operation
 adjustments are made by stopping or increasing the speed of crane “b” , while crane “a” continues lifting at the same speed
in this way , the rigging supervisor only has to instruct  crane operator  “b”
  when the column has reached an angle of approx
70 degrees with the horizontal, the basering is lifted high enough above the ground and final adjustments are made to ensure the horizontallity of the main lifting trunions, so that in one swing without lifting the column any higher, the tailcrane can. slowly guide the column into vertical position
this method is followed, to avoid any deviation from the horizontal plain of both main lifting trunions, as this will have max
affect  on a possible overload of crane “a” or “b”
  the most critical part of the operation is when the column has to be swung in between both crane boomheads
it is obvious that there should not be any clips, nozzles or other obstructions in the area along the columns shell , where lifting tackle and boomheads  pass
the  picture  shows the

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the right companies
here are my recommendations on which studios are most foreigner friendly and are worth prioritising when you being your search for animation companies in japan:
another notable mention is aoki studio who are smaller in size but ran by non japanese so communication is in english
though if your japanese is conversational & progressing well you could check out digital frontier
this by no means guarantees that you will get a job, but being in japan is such an important step to take
japanese people are very humble and strongly believe in doing business face to face, so being here ready to come in for interviews at a moments notice to suit their schedule is key
if all else fails, make sure you come over with a mind set to travel and fall back on non animation jobs such as english teaching while you keep pushing animation companies
so if things don’t quite work out, at least you will have a fantastic trip and enjoy your time in japan
if you want to do a bit of travelling first on the cheap, check out my guide to hitchhiking in japan
any questions please check out my japan animation faq first, then drop me a comment or say hello on twitter, cheers!
posted on november 4, 2013 in blogposts
nice one guys, have a good time out there xx
ps: how much time did ppi take to reply after you gave in your run cycle ?
glad you found it helpful 🙂 ppi took about a week to reply, i also had a round of feedback on the test with some minor tweaks
as a sophomore in high school (in the us), i have thought for a while about my future career, and am set onan animation job in japan
i love art, and animating, and have been drawing since i could remember
i also hate business economics, financing, etc, so a career in art is all i want, but people discourage me for this
i don’t mean to bother you, but what did you go to college for, and what did you major in/ get a degree in
what do you need to get a degree in to get a job like this, and do you have to at all
what should i aim for if trying to land a job like this in the future
don’t let people discourage you! you have to follow your passions and if it were not for animation i would also be in the economics field (i was good at it at high school) but i chose the art route and never looked back
my degree was in computer animation and visualisation, so rather than just animation, i learnt a lot about 3d art in general
if you want to come to japan one day a degree will definitely be a big help (or even essential depending on the visa requirements coming from the us)
however through my experience i would say a degree is not required to get a job if you have the talent and a showreel to prove it
you may be able to impress people enough that you have potential, though you may have to go in at a lower level like a runner (coffee and filing!)
you may move up higher in the 3 or 4 years it would take to get a degree and you will also make a tonne of connections with cool people as everyone loves a runner who makes good coffee 😉
good luck with your choice and let me know if you end up in the industry, ill more than likely bump into you one day 😉
you guys are awesome! i was researching japanese schools to land an animation job there, but i felt old and should be applying directly, my aunt there could support me if i apply for jobs (asking them to support my studies is too much!) i haven’t told them yetand you inspired me to try applying and skip schooling! but i should do my show reel first
i just wanna ask though, have you studied japanese first before going to japan? also, have you tried applying on studighibli,gonzo, mad house or other 2d animation studios? are they like the ones you’ve mentioned? is student visa okay to apply for jobs? well if ever i study in japanese language school first, what if i find a job during or after my studies? should i go back in our country to change my visa toworking? thanks in advance!
hey thanks very much i’m glad you liked the post
definitely get your showreel together ready to impress! neither of us studied japanese properly before
just some self study for a few months leading up to the trip
as we work in 3d we haven’t looked at ghibli and other 2d studios, as much as we would love to work for them! i don’t think you can apply for jobs on a student visa, i think maybe part time only, so if you want a full time position you’ll need a working visa or working holiday to get you started
i know one girl who was studying and was working part time at an animation studio to get her foot in the door
its damn hard work though to do that but if you impress companies enough then they will sponsor your full visa
if you have never been to japan before though consider travelling for a month first to see if you like it and to get a true taste of the country 🙂
hi!
i’m a junior in high school (california), and had also thought of being an animator in the past…then now reconsidering it
i don’t excel in other subjects-math and science being the worst-but i do really well in english and creative writing, and got accepted to a national leadership program in san francisco that had this journalism/media arts/film/animation section of it that you had to actually apply for separately-and i did-and i actually got into it after sending some of my drawings
but something i worry about is financial stability, coming from a low income family and i’ve been raised with the mentality that money is everything, even though i really do love art
my mom has been pushing me into government sort of work or law-yes i’m asian-and my dad doesn’t care, but i want to major in something i’ll enjoy for the rest of my life, so how do i know if i’ll regret it or not
?
i know you can’t answer that (hahaha) but i really could use some advice
should i apply to schools in japan for animation? do i need to be familiar with computer science to do 3d animation? i’ve missed a lot of opportunities for that sort of thing because of my school’s education system-it’s really flawed-but i remember once taking a media arts class and i really enjoyed drawing storyboards and writing a script/screenplay, and even filming in general(not just animation), so i don’t know if i want to go into screenwriting or animation >
< (been torn for a long time) any advice is welcome!!! thank you i had a similar decision at college, go towards finance or arts i chose arts and never looked back, simply because although i could be making more money that way, i knew for certain i wouldn’t be as happy also, if you work hard and are willing to move where the jobs are you can do alright financially in animation as you move up the ranks (so i’m told! 😛 ) i wouldn’t dwell on missed opportunities as i know plenty of animators who got into the game well into their 30s or even 40s if you are in california you already have a head start as there is a great animation school there as well as the best animation studios in the world for us europeans, getting visas and such to work at american companies is not so easy! so you have a lot on your side compared to some, so embrace your location and start looking for animation networks nearby, you may just find someone local to help you out hey, just read your blog and it’s really interesting, i have a few questions though that would help regarding my own situation me and my partner are thinking about the move to japan, i’ve already live there and have jlpt n2 level japanese and he has a master in animation but no japanese skills what were your japanese skills like before the move? he’s nervous about not being very skilled at japanese hope all is well, thanks for blogging! so pleased you found my blog interesting before we came to japan we had a few months of self study under our belts (basically from when we booked the flights until the flight date!) and even now we are far from fluent but with the right companies and a good showreel you can make it over here but working life is very different, so if its his first time coming to japan i’d recommend trying it out on a working holiday visa first to get a flavour 🙂 also, to kick start his japanese lessons, check out the michel thomas method japanese audio courses they help you find your feet very fast and i loved learning that way how much would it cost to get an animation degree in japan? and how to apply for animation schools and i want to learn animation before i apply for the job i’m not sure how much it would cost to study in japan, but normally it is cheaper in your own country so it may be best to study at home first, then look into moving abroad for jobs 🙂 cheers! i like you story, and i

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