Me, too - just thought we should agree some common formats that everyone can access.lepton wrote:I'm a fan of posting as many file types as possible
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Most professional CAD systems can convert a drawing to DXF which can almost always be imported to Autocad. Been there, done that.Dirt-E-Dan wrote: If you guys could convert the drawings of the HXT motor to an AutoCAD file, I would really appreciate it!
Hi mclovin,mclovin wrote:Here are some files for #25 chain. The number of teeth is in the file name. Let me know if you need anything specific (i.e. a particular number of teeth etc) I will see what I can do.
I was just playing with TurboCad when I did the piece of chain, but eventually gave up because the processing was taking ages as I added more links.mclovin wrote:I used Inventor 2009. The links are modeled as a single part made to look like an assembly. You need anything in particular?