2D model outboard engine

Discussion in 'Software' started by french44, Oct 29, 2007.

  1. french44
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    french44 Junior Member

    Hi All,
    I'm trying to find 2d cad block on outboard engine (150 hp,175hp,200hp), Anybody can help me ! I don't find on makers sites

    regards

    french 44
     
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    RO - what a fabulous link!
    I just scrolled down the list of Mercruiser engines / drives - amazing just how many variations there are....
     
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    It's a magic link where you find all what you need concerning Mercury/Mercruiser/sterdrive/:) ...!
     
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    An interesting method is to mix in 2D drawings, such as the above mentioned, into a 3D model. I use this method quite a lot in TouchCAD.
     

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    Nice presentation with 2/3D mixed.:)
     

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    Best of all, the pictures (threee in this case) all reside in OpenGL and are therefore updated in realtime when you rotate the model, use it for walk-troughs, or generate Quicktime presentation movies.
     
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