3D model of an outboard engine

Discussion in 'Software' started by PetterM, Sep 14, 2004.

  1. PetterM
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    PetterM Senior Member

    Dear All,

    Trying to find a reasonable realistic 3D model of an outboard engine ca 70 hp.
    Have tried to hours searching the net but cant find anything.
    All help and directions will be much appreciated.

    Best regards,

    Petter
     
  2. Dutch Peter
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  3. SailDesign
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    SailDesign Old Phart! Stay upwind..

    Here is a nominal 40hp. Can't remember whose, but it should be easily scalable.
    Steve
     

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  4. ludesign
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    ludesign Senior Member

    Here is a fairly simple model from the TouchCAD library. Contact me if you want a copy.
     

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  5. PetterM
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    PetterM Senior Member

    Dear Claes,
    Yes, that is more what I'm after, if you could email me a copy to:
    petter@yellowfin.com it would be most appreciated.
    I use Rhino and can read step, iges, 3dm (v2).
    I am currently designing a plywood catamaran for my little brother at the moment and need the outboard to put on the 3D model to make it look more realistic.
    Will post some images when the design is complete.
    Thanks for your help.
    Petter
     
  6. fastwave
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    fastwave Senior Member

    3d model

    Dear Claes,
    I don't know if you still have the outboard model, but if possible can you sent to me in nay stnd format. Thank you.

    Pashias@gmail.com

    I cannot believe that none of the major ouboard manufacturers do not have any 3d models available
     
  7. Borja_bo
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    Borja_bo Junior Member

    looking exactly for that engine for my 40ft cat ;) is the perfect backup for my electric propulsion, just in case ;)
     
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  9. LarryMcI
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    LarryMcI Junior Member

    Outboard Motor Solid Model

    I have a STEP file, for the Evinrude E-Tec 40-60 HP outboards, obtained from Evinrude at the 2009 IBEX in Miami. The file is 19+ Mb so I can't upload it here.
     
  10. Chris Ostlind

    Chris Ostlind Previous Member

    After Claes was kind enough to send me his .dxf file for the outboard, I had a brain flash... Someone had already sent me an outboard file a few years back.

    Here it is, if you'd care to download it. It's a Rhino 4 file. If you can't open R4 files, let me know and I can send it along in a different format.
     

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    dimzik Junior Member

    2 Chris Ostlind, change the Rino-model to open it with SolidWorks (2007), please
     

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    Grant Nelson Senior Member

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