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Here are the files you can download for free. Currently there are three different types of files. First format is the SolidWorks E-drawings. This file format will allow anybody to open the files no matter what software you have installed. E-drawings is the most user friendly format since you don't have to have any special 3-D modeling (CAD) software to look at the files. The second format is the solid model file in *.igs format. You must have some sort of 3-D modeling (CAD) software to open this file format. If you are planning on doing the machining I have, you will need the *.igs file. But if you just want to open the file to look at it, you can download the E-drawing. And the last type of files you can download are the blueprints. I don't make blueprints of the solid models I make. So if you need a dimension while working on your project, you will have to reference the model. Later on, I hope to make available other files dealing with my projects...including sketches, setup sheets, programs, etc. Tim at dumpsterCNC made the 1911 solidmodel *.iges file. Andy at [email protected] made the VZ58 *.iges file.
My files are free to download, and if you share these files they must remain free!
SolidWorks E-drawings: Select the file you wish to download, click Save. To open the file, simply double click the *.exe file.
Solid Model *.igs File: Select the file you wish to download, click Save. Use your 3-D modeling (CAD) software to open to file after you unzip it.
Blueprints: Select the file you wish to download, click Save. Use Adobe to open the file after you unzip it.
The files below are complete solid models of the AR15/M16 and the 1911 firearms. I made the A2 style AR15 model, and Tom [email protected] made the A1 style AR15 as well as the 1911 model. You can download other files Tom has made here. The files below are for visual reference only.
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This blog post details how to import solid bodies into Blender from NX. As always there are many different ways to skin a cat, but I was only able to find particular combination of files types and tools to maintain solid body definition after the import into Blender. The assembly model I wanted to import from NX had over 50 different bodies and over 500 surfaces. Even trying to select all of the surfaces associated with a body and creating a group or linking them would be impossibly tedious and wasteful. Hopefully this information will save you time and effort as well!
I'm going to use this part with two bodies, a cube with a square cutout and a cylinder, as an example and walk through the process.