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CAD Parts (everything that goes IN the model)

Old 02-09-2002, 09:01 AM
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Default CAD Parts (everything that goes IN the model)

I have a collection of parts to trade, and I suggest that we use this thread for that purpose. Anybody with 3D parts, let us see and trade them here.
(Most of mine are used with the idea of SIZE being more important than tiny cosmetic details, so these aren't "display" models, but rather used for fitting during model design.)

I have a couple of engines, (See "CAD Engines" thread) servos, receiver, battery pack, aileron connections, clevices, pull-pull setups, tailwheel assemblies, fixed and retractable gear, propellers, and other odds and ends. Most of these could easily be re-scaled to emulate different size components. (For example, a 4-stroke .91 could be scaled up to serve as a 1.20)

Image attached shows some of the parts. Post your images here, everybody, and let's see what kind of "library" we can form.
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