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Old 02-22-2010, 06:48 AM
Student85 Student85 is offline
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Students need support


we're some students from Germany and working on a project for our university in which we have to design a boat cleaning device.

For that reason it would be very helpful to have mininum one CAD-model of a boat hull. If somebody could help us working more efficient, please send me an email to

It would be perfect if you send the model in a step-format.

Thank you very much,
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Old 02-22-2010, 08:53 AM
Grant Nelson Grant Nelson is offline
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What kind of boat? Sailboat (smooth), power (with sharp corners), any particular max or min?
Also, I do not know what a 'step-format' is. Can you say what application you will us it in, or give th file types, etc.
Or, consider going to, search to get to their academic software section, where you can apply to use a student version of their hull design package. Then you have access to several types of models, and can make your own to make more challending tests for your device.
Good Luck!
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