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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

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

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


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

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