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les g 10th January 2010 02:28 AM


Originally Posted by Superloom (Post 28736)
Really nice CAD work there... I've just been doing some CAD work the last few days on my replacement dashboard for my kit:
Some are rough earlier ones, some are slightly newer ones. Just to get the priniciple across.
What do you all think??

i,m worried by the GTS decal in the pictures
i thought GTS was taboo ........ in the kitcar world
cheers les g

Superloom 10th January 2010 11:05 AM

Ha, Well i dunno. GTS has been fantastic to me and constantly been offering and helping me so i can't complain. But yes i think some have had issues.

Hoybi 11th January 2010 05:16 PM

3D CAD file of Roadster Body

you made a very impressive drawing Fabrun.
I've done the body panels in 3D CAD, measured the panels I bought from Marc Fabbyglass Triton.
I can send IGES or STEP or anything else to anyone who is interested. (not for commercial use)

Just send me an e-mail address.
Mind you, it's a 15 Mb file.

Homersdouble 11th January 2010 06:07 PM

Thanks Eddy very kind offer - PM sent


fabrun 12th January 2010 08:53 PM

wheels arches addded (10 days of holiday and i will go on)

davidimurray 13th January 2010 04:07 PM


Those are fantastic CAD models - i've done some bits of the car myself. Used to use Solidworks as my day job but only use it now for homework - and helping out the drawing office when they are stuck :D Have you tried exporting the model as a 3d PDF? They look great and everyone then can have a play with the model.



fabrun 23rd January 2010 06:24 AM

i'm back
some update

fabrun 23rd January 2010 06:25 AM

fabrun 23rd January 2010 11:04 AM

who has a good photo of sierra hub with arms ?

GraemeWebb 23rd January 2010 11:50 AM

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Originally Posted by fabrun (Post 29462)
who has a good photo of sierra hub with arms ?

Chris Gibs sent me this. Hope it helps

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