3D hull and equipment models from the internet

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  1. archnav.de
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    archnav.de Senior Member

    Some hulls as .igs files from different sources:
     

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    Anyone Uses 3d Studio Max For Interior Designing? And Anyone Knows How Can I Find 3d Furniture Dwg's?? I Need Furniture Dwg's As Soon As Possible!

    Help Me :)
     
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    Compressors from Sauer&Sohn

    Here you find a concept how 3D-models and documents of equipment could be spread via the internet in a simple way. To learn more open the file
     

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    Please help me with the plugin!

    I can't get the plugin installed in Netscape 7.2.

    When I try to install it, the license agreement comes up and
    after I accept it nothing more happens. I could also not download
    the RIB model to my computer. Must try to fix the problem.

    Otherwise this issue is very interesting. It would be nice to see products
    from Vetus modeled in 3D. Also other manufacturers would then
    probably follow their footsteps. I believe that similar technicues are
    already used in the mechanical sector concerning screws, bolts, washers,
    etc.

    Keep up the good work!
     
  8. archnav.de
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    Has anyone problems to open or to download the Sauer&Sohn documents involved in the .pdf-file?

    I had made today some tests with the Sauer&Sohn people. They were not able to open the links involved in the .pdf-files.

    Up to this experience, I was quite sure, that it is a simple and secure concept.

    Damned Microsoft ( Micky Mouse) software.

    Please give me any feedback, if you had also some problems to download or to open the files
     
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    I have just down the links in the pdf and had no problem, but I use Adobe 6.0 Professional, that may make some difference. Wouldn't it be great if all vender catalouges were like this??!! Thanks Bernd
     
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    SailDesign Old Phart! Stay upwind..

    No problems at all - Acrobat Reader 6.0

    Steve
     
  11. Cian Groves
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    Query

    Sorry for asking a question that may have already been dicussed, but why is there not a 3d cad model exchange within this forum?
    Instead of using external exchange websites, not dedicated to marine models.

    Cheers,
    Cian
     
  12. Jeff
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    The major thing that the forum here is lacking is a viewer for 3D-cad files. The solidworks site has a nice browser plugin which allows you to view, rotate, and zoom 3D models in real-time which is difficult to duplicate.
     
  13. Cian Groves
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    Hi Jeff,

    Is it really necessary though to be able to 3d view the item over net.
    Could we not just include a screen shot or render of the piece of equipment which could be viewed and have the download file of the item seperate.

    Cheers,
    Cian
     
  14. duluthboats
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    Another advantage to the SW site is the many formats it will work with.

    Gary :D
     

  15. Cian Groves
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    Cian Groves Junior Member

    Hi Gary,

    I don't know what everyone is using in regards to software.
    But as we are wanting a file containing either surfaces or solids (polysurfaces) than the 2 common file formats would be iges and step which I would imagine most of us would be capable of importing.

    I know what I'm suggesting is already out on the web, I just thought that a predominately marine based 3d model web exchange would be a great asset to this web forum and it's members.

    Cheers,
    Cian
     
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