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    Discussion in '2D and 3D CAD general discussion forum' started by GarethW, Nov 12, 2010.

    1. GarethW

      GarethW Chief Clicker Staff Member

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      Does anyone have a detailed 3D model of a 30x30x15mm fan axial fan just like in the photo below? It would be a big help!

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    3. mvalenti

      mvalenti Well-Known Member

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      40 x 40 x 10...
      40 x 40 x 20...

      closest I have...
       
    4. GarethW

      GarethW Chief Clicker Staff Member

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      Thanks anyway. These 30mm fans are a bit of an oddball size, therefore nobody seems to have a model. I tried 3Dcontentcentral with no luck too.
       
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      gupta9665 Well-Known Member

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      GTO New Member

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      Why does the model need to be detailed? Can it not simply be a box of size you require to take up volume. What is your purpose of your model?
       
    7. GarethW

      GarethW Chief Clicker Staff Member

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      Many thanks to all for the help!

      It's for an assembly drawing. Currently I'm using just a box with holes in for design purposes, but it would be good to have something more realistic for the drawing ...without me having to spend any time modelling it myself :D
       
    8. Dana

      Dana Well-Known Member

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      Take a fan of another size, and scale it to the size you need if your CAD system allows you to do this (easy in a direct modeler, not so easy in a parametric system if you didn't create the model yourself.)
       

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