Posts Tagged ‘wood’


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

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

This 3d wood pencil model was modeled from a Dixon Ticonderoga #2 Pencil. In addition, the sharpened pencil tip was cut slightly offset so that it looks a bit more realistic. The cut angle can be modified by changing the cut-revolve sketch at the bottom of the Solidworks history tree. Pencil sharpeners are always different and are never perfect. 😉 There is also a unsharpened version of this same 3d wood pencil model.

Solidworks: wood-pencil-sharpened.sldprt

SAT: wood-pencil-sharpened.sat

IGES: wood-pencil-sharpened.igs

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

*edit* Sorry for the missing Solidworks version! I uploaded the 3d Solidworks model so that you can make changes to the parts or the assembly if you wish. Thanks for the patience.

Solidworks: palm tree.sldasm

Iges: palm-tree.igs

Step: palm-tree.step

Pro Engineer: palm_tree.asm.1

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 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.

This 3d wood pencil model was modeled from a Dixon Ticonderoga #2 Pencil. This unsharpened pencil model can be sharpened by doing a cut revolve at the end of the pencil. However, keep in mind that pencil sharpeners are always different and are never perfect. 😉 There is also a Sharpened version of this same 3d wood pencil model.

Solidworks: wood-pencil-unsharpened.sldprt

Iges: wood-pencil-unsharpened.igs

Sat: wood-pencil-unsharpened.sat

Step: wood-pencil-unsharpened.step

Stereo Lithography: wood-pencil-unsharpened.stl

Pro Engineer: wood_pencil-_unsharpened.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

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