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    Re: Free CNC Models

    Viktor - that is amazing what you have the skill to do.

    I am far away from that ability.

    Thank you
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    Re: Free CNC Models

    Whoa! Viktor those are amazing! First, thank you for showing what's possible from scratch - and second, a BIG thank you for sharing the models so the community can enjoy them as well.

    Well done, Sir!
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    i think you guys showing enough interest... so i think.... i going to give a try to heaxagon too
    and starting out with simple examples, anyone can follow the examples...

    just very briefly... why a subdivisionmodeler is a deal..
    because after modelready, in most case minor or majormodification need...

    in a pixelmodeler like artcam, aspire or 3dcoat works, the real modification almost impossible..

    3dcoat has great tools for real distortions, animating 3dpixeled models..

    but all these far from the ability what a meshmodeler can do.. also for me this time is on demand.. a job coming along from alocal funcenter.. im not sure when, but they needsome mayan totempole and similar stuff.. so i have to get real practice with 3d..

    one more thing.., theres no easy to use program.. easy to use just as easy like talking chinese.. i asked my friend if chinese would be difficult... he says no.. he says each fifth man speaks chinese on the earth... so chinese easy :-)
    so no matter what program you start, you have a steep learning curve..


    leo
    just set front of the mirror,and say """leo,you can do it"" trust me it will works out..

    jason,
    you too.. it is a lot simpler than it looking for first.. takes time, but as you got trough with building the router, then i see modeling wont be a serious issue for you..
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    1 person in 5 speaks chinese --- does not mean it is easy - that just meane there are a lot of chinese people

    Oh yeah - I can do the 3D modeling. Ability is not the problem. I have a full time engineering job that gets in the way. Plus - I spent the entire weekend gardening - my springtime passion.
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    Re: Free CNC Models

    This is an old thread but really neat stuff. I would love to learn how to do this kind of work. Very impressive cnclurker.

    Dan
    Last edited by Dan; 02-23-2013 at 12:19 am.
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    i made some test like with aspire long time ago.. a piggy bank..
    however it makes very difficult to modeling something as halves.. whne you cant see together, but the halves separated..

    i also remade it with silo.. later possible i split it and make out for a complete piggy bank.. however you can give a try it..


    http://www.vectric.com/forum/viewtop...0159&view=next

    hexagon is free..

    i posting in 3ds format.. because 3ds format can carry layers and open meshes..

    if you need different format like stl or obj then you can convert it with accutrans..
    a very handy converter between file formats..


    http://www.micromouse.ca/downloads.html
    program cost 20, however it has 30 day trial period..


    the dxf format a low poly mesh.. i would like to ask leo, making some test if solidworks can make subdivision on meshes..


    for general milling the 3ds file is ok, like cut3d or acexpress or freemill


    ps:
    its springtime again.. today we got almost 80 deg ... i love sunshine..
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    Free CNC Models

    If any of you are Vectric forum members, Vectric is giving 10 free models to celebrate the 2000th design being added to the Vector Art 3D website http://www.vectorart3d.com/free_promotion/
    Mick Martin - Seattle, WA
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    Wincnc
    Aspire 4 + EnRoute
    http://mickmartinwoodworking.com/
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    Re: Free CNC Models

    Mick, thank you for that post - I saw that earlier.

    I don't know if I welcomed you yet - but Welcome to this place.

    I noticed that you have both Aspire AND Enroute.

    Sure would love to know your comparison of the 2 software packages.

    Good vs Bad - one better than the other here and there. One is cheaper than the other - ya know - all that good stuff.
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    Re: Free CNC Models

    Hi, I'm new in this forum and I have a question, I imported some free files to the Aspire program, but I need some tutorial to make them, can anyone help me? I will appreciate, regards.
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    Re: Free CNC Models

    Sorry I missed this post.

    Vectric has a lot of great tutorial videos on the vectric website www.vectric.com
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