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Airsoft BB- 6mm

on November 15, 2009 in 3D Models, Guns 1 Comment »

Airsoft BB- 6mm.jpg

This Airsoft BB- 6mm model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks Airsoft BB- 6mm model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

This 6mm airsoft bb actually measures at about .235in and the bb’s are not perfectly round. Even the expensive bb’s are not perfectly round. This is interesting, but they seem to work fine regardless because the bb’s spin while they are flying through the air.

Solidworks: Airsoft BB- 6mm.sldprt

STEP: Airsoft BB- 6mm.step

IGES: Airsoft BB- 6mm.igs

Speaker 250w, 6.5in, Soundstorm F265.jpg

This Speaker 250w 6.5″, Soundstorm F265 model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks Speaker 250w 6.5″, Soundstorm F265 model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

I used this speaker for a speaker box. It sounded much better then the generic old speakers I had. This model helped me design the right size speaker box. Here is the speaker, Soundstorm F265 6.5-Inch 2-Way Force Loudspeakers Let me know if this speaker works out or if I should model and post more types of speakers.

Solidworks: Speaker 250w, 6.5in, Soundstorm F265.sldprt

STEP: Speaker 250w, 6.5in, Soundstorm F265.step

IGES: Speaker 250w, 6.5in, Soundstorm F265.igs

Stereo Lithography: Speaker 250w, 6.5in, Soundstorm F265.stl

Pneumatic Tire- 10in.jpg

This Pneumatic Tire- 10in model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks Pneumatic Tire- 10in model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

Here are the actual tires, Pneumatic Tires 10″

Solidworks: Pneumatic Tire- 10in.sldprt

STEP: Pneumatic Tire- 10in.step

IGES: Pneumatic Tire- 10in.igs

Stereo Lithography: Pneumatic Tire- 10in.stl

Crunch Amplifier 400W PZN2100.jpg

This Crunch Amplifier 400W PZN2100 model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks Crunch Amplifier 400W PZN2100model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

This is an obsolete model of a Crunch amplifier but it could still be useful if you have a similar model you are trying to work with. The aesthetics of the model may not be perfect but the locations of all in inputs and outputs are accurate.

Solidworks: Crunch Amplifier 400W PZN2100.sldprt

STEP: Crunch Amplifier 400W PZN2100.step

IGES: Crunch Amplifier 400W PZN2100.igs

Piezo Horn Speaker- 4.35in x 4.35in

This Piezo Horn Speaker- 4.35″ x 4.35″ model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks Piezo Horn Speaker- 4.35″ x 4.35″ model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

Here is the actual horn, Pyle Pro PSN1165 4.35in. This will add more crisp sound to your speaker box.

Solidworks: Piezo Horn Speaker- 4.35in x 4.35in.sldprt

STEP: Piezo Horn Speaker- 4.35in x 4.35in.step

IGES: Piezo Horn Speaker- 4.35in x 4.35in.igs

Wood Mixing Stick- 6in.jpg

This Wood Mixing Stick- 6in model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks Wood Mixing Stick- 6in model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

This wood mixing stick is 6″ long, 11/16″ wide, and 1/16″ thick. This is a standard wood mixing stick. Keep in mind that these dimensions are nominal and the actual wooden stick will probably not have exactly the same curve at the ends because they appear to be hand ground and are all slightly different. The length and width and thickness appear to be consistent.

Solidworks: Wood Mixing Stick- 6in.sldprt

STEP: Wood Mixing Stick- 6in.step

IGES: Wood Mixing Stick- 6in.igs

Piezo Speaker.jpg

This Piezo Speaker model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks Piezo Speaker model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

This 3d model of a Piezo Speaker is perfect for a breadboard prototype setup. A piezo speaker is just a simple way to produce sound using a microprocessor with different frequency outputs.

Solidworks: Piezo Speaker.sldprt

STEP: Piezo Speaker.step

IGES: Piezo Speaker.igs

HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn.jpg

This HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

On this model, the hole spacing is standard for all standard-size servos. The HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn is a Solidworks 2009 assembly model and the servo horn is easily able rotate in Solidworks. The servo is controlled through a 3-pin connector, 2 pins are for power and the last pin is for a frequency pulse which controls the angle of rotation. Standard Servo, HS-311: Universal These servos are also easily modified to do full 360 degree rotations instead of +/- 45 degrees. This is a standard-size hobby servo found in hobby toys such as RC-Cars, RC-Planes, RC-Boats, RC-Helicopters, and even small hobby robots.

Solidworks: HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn.sldasm

STEP: HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn.step

IGES: HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn.igs


2x4x1 LEGO Brick.jpg

This 2x4x1 LEGO Brick model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks 2x2x1 LEGO Brick model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

The 2x4x1 LEGO Brick has multiple configurations for most the different colors of LEGO bricks. All you have to do using Solidworks is to change the configuration and the color changes as well. The part stays the same when the Solidworks configurations are changed.

Solidworks: 2x4x1 LEGO Brick.sldprt

STEP: 2x4x1 LEGO Brick.step

IGES: 2x4x1 LEGO Brick.igs

2x2x1 LEGO Brick.jpg

This 2x2x1 LEGO Brick model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks 2x2x1 LEGO Brick model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

The 2x2x1 LEGO Brick has multiple configurations for most the different colors of LEGO bricks. All you have to do using Solidworks is to change the configuration and the color changes as well. The part stays the same when the Solidworks configurations are changed.

Solidworks: 2x2x1 LEGO Brick.sldprt

STEP: 2x2x1 LEGO Brick.step

IGES: 2x2x1 LEGO Brick.igs

This CD-DVD Disc model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks CD-DVD Disc model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

This Solidworks 3D CD-DVD Disc model was designed from a TDK CD-R disc, 52x, 80min, 700mb, blank disc.

Solidworks: cd-dvd-disc.sldprt

STEP: cd-dvd-disc.step

IGES: cd-dvd-disc.igs

This Wood Pencil- Unsharpened model was drawn in native Solidworks format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks Wood Pencil- Unsharpened model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

Solidworks: sks-gun-stock-yugo.sldprt

Iges: sks-gun-stock-yugo.igs

Sat: sks-gun-stock-yugo.sat

Step: sks-gun-stock-yugo.step

Stereo Lithography: sks-gun-stock-yugo.stl

Pro Engineer: sks-gun-stock-yugo.stl

This CO2 12g Gas Cillinder model was drawn in native Solidworks format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks CO2 12g Gas Cillinder model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

Solidworks: co2-12g-gas-cillinder.sldprt

Iges: co2-12g-gas-cillinder.igs

Sat: co2-12g-gas-cillinder.sat

Step: co2-12g-gas-cillinder.step

Stereo Lithography: co2-12g-gas-cillinder.stl

Pro Engineer: co2_12g_gas_cillinder.prt.1

This AA Battery model was drawn in native Solidworks format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks AA Battery model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

This 3D AA battery model was modeled from a AA X1 1.2v Ni-MH 2400 mAh rechargeable battery, which was purchased at Fry’s Electronics. It is important to recognize that non-rechargeable alkaline AA batteries are different from Ni-MH rechargeable batteries. Ni-MH batteries are 1.2 volts and alkaline batteries are 1.5 volts. Also, AA rechargeable Ni-MH batteries are slightly larger than AA non-rechargeable alkaline batteries, so Ni-MH typically do not fit as well into electronic devices.

Solidworks: aa-rechargeable-Ni-MH-battery.sldprt

Iges: aa-rechargeable-Ni-MH-battery.igs

Sat: aa-rechargeable-Ni-MH-battery.sat

Step: aa-rechargeable-Ni-MH-battery.step

Stereo Lithography: aa-rechargeable-Ni-MH-battery.stl

Pro Engineer:aa-rechargeable-Ni-MH-battery.prt.1

This Craft Stick model was drawn in native Solidworks format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks Craft Stick model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

As far as I know there is only one standard size for a craft stick. Here is a 3d model of a craft stick, but most craft sticks tend to be far from perfect.

Solidworks: craft-stick.sldprt

Iges: craft-stick.igs

Sat: craft-stick.sat

Step: craft-stick.step

Stereo Lithography: craft-stick.stl

Pro Engineer: craft_stick.prt.1

This Standard 40pin Micro Processor Chip model was drawn in native Solidworks format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks Standard 40pin Micro Processor Chip model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

This Standard 40pin Micro Processor Chip model is a standard size for 40 pin chips. This chip size fits perfect into breadboards.

Solidworks: standard-40pin-micro-processor-chip.sldprt

Iges: standard-40pin-micro-processor-chip.igs

Sat: standard-40pin-micro-processor-chip.sat

Step: standard-40pin-micro-processor-chip.step

Stereo Lithography: standard-40pin-micro-processor-chip.stl

Pro Engineer: standard_40pin_micro_processor_prt.1

Crayon

on July 11, 2008 in 3D Models, Toys No Comments »

This Crayon model was drawn in native Solidworks format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks Crayon model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

SolidWorks: crayon.sldprt

Iges: crayon.igs

Step: crayon.step

Pro Engineer: crayon.prt.1

Stereo Lithography: crayon.stl

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