anyone proficient in cad?

thrawn

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i am fairly certain i know a crazier mike



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CletusJones

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I could probably give you a hand if you need it.

Also, I have AutoCAD 2004 if you need a demo* copy.

























*I've got the crack to make it a permanent "demo" copy
 
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crazymike

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CletusJones said:
I could probably give you a hand if you need it.

Also, I have AutoCAD 2004 if you need a demo* copy.







*I've got the crack to make it a permanent "demo" copy


I'm pretty sure I've got my backup discs still, just in case I buy it and then it gets damaged.
 

Percy Thrillington

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crazymike said:
Just so you know what I'm doing before you offer to help :p

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Basicaly it's a mechanical horse simulator.

The blue box is the body of the horse you sit on. The only place it's attached is at the red dot.

The wheels spins and the polls pivot like scissors.

Does this make sense?






I sure hope you have it planned out a bit further than that little drawing
 
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crazymike

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Drool-Boy said:
I sure hope you have it planned out a bit further than that little drawing


yes, I have a scale model I made. But it takes too long to adjust little measurements on the model. So if I do it on the computer, I can make sure I'm getting the movement I really want.

If I get the movement I want, then I can build the blue prints. I might make a small 1/5 scale model out of wood first before I weld the frame for the production model.
 

Percy Thrillington

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crazymike said:
yes, I have a scale model I made. But it takes too long to adjust little measurements on the model. So if I do it on the computer, I can make sure I'm getting the movement I really want.

If I get the movement I want, then I can build the blue prints. I might make a small 1/5 scale model out of wood first before I weld the frame for the production model.



Sounds like you need someone to modle it in solid works or something.
I think in SW you can make animated models.
 
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Oh man. I haven't touched Auto Cad for years. :(

But if you just need an animation I could do it in Flash for yous.
 

thrawn

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Drool-Boy said:
Sounds like you need someone to modle it in solid works or something.
I think in SW you can make animated models.


inventor works also :heart:
 
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crazymike

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hmm, I can model it fine, it's just doing the animating. But maybe I can learn solid works...