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Old 02-19-2008, 06:13 PM   #1
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I'm on a search to find CAD files for R/C stuff.
My dad wants to test the capability of the Waterjet and Laser so we are going to cut some R/C stuff.
So if anyone has any CAD files they feel like sharing send em! ([email protected])
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Lemme give this a little BUMP...
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Whats type of cad files are you looking for . Format , style ?
Dxf Format? Autocad Dwg 2002,2006. Autocad inventor, Solidworks.
It really helps to define this. Also what are you exactly looking for
someones parts catalog for cars or just some generic dwgs to see how the machine cuts. I have quite a few files of diffrent stuff here but none rc
related.

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Any format, ETC
We allready have generic stuff to see how the machine cuts but want to make some R/C stuff but our Unigraphics (What we have at home) decided to not work.
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What type of rc stuff still to wide of range. I take it this is what your dad does for a livng works on a machine for a company. This can't be your equipment , either way I have an A-arm at home from my xxxt.
I will bring it in and venier it out and make a dwg and transfer it to you
in dxf format which most machines can pickup for the programming side
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Yes... My dad does this for a living. (He did own a Mitsubishi VZ1 and a Mitsubishi LVPlus before he was bought out) He runs the Laser (Mitsubishi VZ2) and Waterjet (Dont know what brand) he also does CAD work but like I said our CAD seat at home took a dump.
We can cut anything 2d... Chassis Plates, A-Arms (that dont require machining), ETC.
As for what kinda R/C stuff... We dont really care. (Heli's, Planes, Cars... dont matter) It would be really nice to have some BJ4 or 777 stuff but that will come at a later date.
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