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  1. #11
    Why not have a go at lathe spinning?
    If the nagging gets really bad......Get a bigger shed:naughty:

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    Is TBR20 the same as SBR20? I'm guessing it is.
    expect an email shortly :)

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  4. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by D-man View Post
    Anyone know where to download free models.... for example

    extrusion
    supported rail
    spindle etc etc
    You will get loads of 3D / 2D stuff from:

    www.tracepartsonline.com
    Free 3D Models and Free CAD Models - SolidWorks AutoCAD Inventor - GrabCAD
    Free 3D Models, Free CAD Models


    Col.

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  6. #14
    well guys thanks for the help, i know its not what i initially asked for but i started on something a little more simple... my gantry design. bare in mind ive been using solidworks now for oooooohhhh 3 hrs haha

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  7. What a load of shit hahahaha :-p

  8. #16
    HAHA cheers shrek! :)

  9. #17
    Pretty cool for that amount of time on SW!

  10. #18
    Thanks bud, in all fairness the extrusion is a downloaded part. its only the gantry sides ive drawn but learnt that and how to mate (The wife will be happy im not pestering her to mate now :p ) just need to figure it out what it is i want to make haha

  11. #19
    Still a good effort, and importing the extrusion is a good leap forward. You will find yourself revising the design over and over again, thats what happens when you do 3D.

    Tip: with files like the extrusion, save it in multiple sizes, in its own folder: e.g, Folder: 20x60. Files, 20x60x100, 20x60x150, 20x60x200 etc. It will save you loads of time in the future!

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