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erection of two large columns at the fina refinery in antwerp in sept
each column weighed 513 tons and one had a lenght of 76 m , while the other measured 82 m in length, with diameters of 4
originally it was intended to use. a liebherr ltm-1400 as tailcrane and 2x demag tc-3000 truckcranes as main lift cranes
at the last moment the liebherr was exchanged by a demag cc-2000, as the liebherr was  not available when the lift was planned
the  erection of both columns was executed. in a workperiod of only 10 days, this time included the time for mobilisation and rigging of all 3 cranes, lifting the first column, the relocation of one of the tc-3000 cranes (the other tc-3000 could stay in it’s original position) , lifting the second column and the derigging and demobilisation of all cranes from the jobsite
it speaks for itself, that the crane types used in this article are just examples and that the same  principles can be applied for other crane types
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chez. l’homme, elle provient des cellules de leidig (95 %) ou est d’origine surrénalienne (5 %)
chez la femme, elle est synthétisée par les ovaires et la surrénale
la sécrétion de testostérone est régulée par la lh chez l’homme (rétrocontrôle négatif)
la testostérone contrôle la différenciation, la maturation des caractères mâles secondaires et la spermatogénèse, en agissant sur les cellules de sertoli en liaison avec la fsh
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chez le jeune garçon, le dosage permet de confirmer une puberté précoce
chez l’adolescent, il permet de préciser le stade de la puberté
réfrigéré température de conservation et de transport comprises entre +2°c et +8°c
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just wanted to know if i need a college degree to get a work visa or working holiday visa
i want to go to the manga industry i have found a lot of information online and i have even talked to a foreigner who wants to become a mangaka
i’m afraid i don’t know much about the manga industry as its quite separate from the animation industry
however i would say that from what i know its incredibly competitive and the salary can be very low so i’d recommend researching more before you decide on your degree 🙂 all the best!
are you still in japan? and how you like it? is it necessary to know japanese to get proper job there? i’m also interested in moving in japan maybe for 2 years or so
already filled pages for recruiting that you mentioned here
hey, yes still in japan! working hard 😉 the working hours are longer than what i’m used to in the uk but overall enjoying it
i’m learning japanese but i’m not great by any means so you don’t need to be fluent to come on over
glad you found the post useful and good luck!
thanks for this post, very useful
i always worry about my japanese as it isnt very good, but your post gave me hope
i have noticed that its mostly cgi companies, i guess you are 3d animator, but what kind of tips would you give to a 2d animator then? i specialise in hand drawn animation, and im pretty good with after effects and illustrator and premier pro, it has always been my dream to become animator in japan
i have an idea of how to animate in 3d but i am not as good in it as with lightbox x] people always tell me that 2d is not so popular so i wont find a job, indeed it has been difficult here in the uk
but hey 4 years at uni does not count for nothing and i am not giving up that easily
anyways i will appreciate your advice x]
indeed i do work in 3d so cannot help as much in regards to 2d
what i will say is from what i have heard 2d animators out here get paid scandalously low wages
below minimum wage due to how they hire people to dodge the law from what i can see
i hear that the only way people get started in 2d over here is by living with their parents for a long time as the pay does not cover your living costs
i have not researched this extensively though so don’t take my word for it, just what i have noticed here and there
a good friend of mine in the uk works as a 2d animator and is having some success in ireland
it seems dublin has some good work in and maybe france is worth looking into as well
with skills in ae and illustrator you may be able to find work in japan though in other avenues other than 2d animation
at least to get you started while you search for the ideal job
if you just want to give japan a try though give the working holiday visa a shot and you will be able to travel and will almost certainly be able to find a job english teaching or bar work as a temporary measure 🙂
very helpful, many thanks for sharing your great experience
any idea on the acquisition side how can i get a japanese series and dubbed it to the arabic language in order to distribute in in mena
let me know your thoughts,
thanks ill drop you an email 🙂
i applied to those companies you listed! however i am a concept artist/illustrator not an animator
i really would like to work in japan since i loved it so much there and studied abroad there before
do you know any other companies i could apply to that are more either color stylist type jobs or illustrator jobs?
nice i hope you hear back from them 🙂 most animation studios have a 2d department but may not require that many illustrators
so although these companies may have an opening, i’d suggest looking around for more specific 2d design studios which is a bit out of my knowledge
there is a pretty extensive list of studios on here though that might be worth checking out http://www
if you are applying to animation jobs in tokyo and considering the salary where would you say is feasible to stay for 1 person
would it be more feasible to stay outside tokyo and commute in? if so where is good? also how much on average is bills, food and expenses a month
what is social life like after work, in terms of meeting people after work for a drink or dinner
is it easy to make friends who speak english
hi tif, nice name for an animator (if you are into rendering or texturing!)
it is feasible to stay in the center if you have some experience and negotiate a little bit on your salary
i would recommend living close to work as the commute is not cheap and always extremely busy
plus if you have to work late, being close to home will save you a bundle of time
social life varies from company to company, what you put in you get out so if you get organising then people will join 🙂 english speaking friends, again depending on the company should be fairly easy to come by and there are plenty of clubs to find online if you want to get into that
but i would recommend a bit of study and hit the bars to talk to the locals
japanese people are very friendly and will always do their best to have a fun conversation, even if its tough at first
hi dean!
nice article! i have been working in japan for almost 2 years ( not in animation industrythough) and will go in for my masters in 3d animation this year in japan(will be learning japanese for one year before that)
i was talking to one of the professors in an open campus and he told me that animation in japan is different from animation in us
so if i wanted to learn disney/pixar style of animation, i should go to the states rather than japan
since you have worked in 3d animation both in uk and japan, i would like to know your thoughts about it and do you find 3d animation work different in japan from uk or us?
actually i have just shot a video interviewing an ex disney animator on exactly this question, the differences between working here and in the us/ europe
i’m still editing it at the moment in my spare time, but if you sit tight for a few weeks i will put it up here as soon as i can
maybe follow me on twitter or youtube so you will get notified when its up 🙂 cheers!
sure, will eagerly await the video, many thanks for writing this article
i am sure there are many like me who want to make a future in animation in japanand will find this useful
hey,
really useful post!
cgstepinside doesn’t seem to be working anymore 🙁
just wondering where else/how else can i find a list of cgcompanies in japan
i hope not for good as i’ve always found it very useful wherever i am in the world! there is a list of japanese studios here but its not very user friendly i’m afraid
org/wiki/category:japanese_animation_studios
here’s hoping the map comes back online!
you didn't say if you could be from america to get a holiday visa !?!? 0
unfortunately i don’t think america has a working holiday program, but you will have to check on the japanese embassy website in the us
hi kind sir, i am very happy because you could succes in your goals
ihave read all the comments and i got some question, please be rude, i don’t want to get falses hopes
what do you know about 2d animator’s salaries now , i read that they have very low salaries, i would really like to work as a 2d animator but i would like to be able to eat though…and i have read that the transport speacially on tokyo is really expensive
but what if i am good at it? would my salarie get a power up? because anime sells a lot for what i know
do i need a degree in 2d animation in order to apply to a job, because i am lerning independiently, and i know some people that are good at it and they haven’t studied in a college
what do you think if a make a short about an intense fight(because i like to make fights with drama, because i have great ideas in my mind xd) before appling, will this help me?
are 2d animator able to get a job as easily as 3d animator(as you showed us) are able to?
thank you very much, also sorry my english, i am not a native speaker:)
i hope you answer me, if you can’t, there is no prblem:)
well as i animate in 3d i have limited experience of 2d out here
i can only say that from what little i have seen and heard about the 2d animation industry is that you are right, the pay is very very low
i have heard stories that when starting, the salary is so low that you have to be living with your parents and paying little to no rent/ expenses to be able to work in 2d animation
i’m sure it improves if you are very experienced of course
the competition is fierce, so even if you are amazing, you will be up against people who are equally as good if not better
a degree always helps, but if you are good and produce a short film that gets attention and into festivals then you don’t need a degree to do well in animation
from my experience, right now the animation industry is healthier in 3d, so you may find it easier to get work if you study 3d and vfx, but the 2d industry certainly is not dead and i hope it makes a big resurgence 🙂
if you are just starting out, i would set your sights on getting experience in

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