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    2D CAD Files

    Wondering if anyone has CAD files for various parts for our cars they are willing to share. Specifically intake / exhaust flanges or anything that can be cut on a plasma table.

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    Re: 2D CAD Files

    If no one does, this would be a great idea to have a place to collect these for the benefit of the forum. Maybe I should find a cheap / free software to do this

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    Re: 2D CAD Files

    Quote Originally Posted by 1BADVAN View Post
    If no one does, this would be a great idea to have a place to collect these for the benefit of the forum. Maybe I should find a cheap / free software to do this

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    Link to free CAD software for the hobbyists non-commercial user. https://www.autodesk.com/products/fusion-360/free-trial
    Link to affordable Plasma table. https://www.langmuirsystems.com/crossfire

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    Re: 2D CAD Files

    Quote Originally Posted by karlak View Post
    Link to free CAD software for the hobbyists non-commercial user. https://www.autodesk.com/products/fusion-360/free-trial
    Link to affordable Plasma table. https://www.langmuirsystems.com/crossfire
    You buy one? Not excited to figure it out.
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    Re: 2D CAD Files

    If you do anything with fusion 360... setup a free email and DO NOT give them a real phone #. They will harass you non stop to get you to buy the real version and spend more and more on all the extra's.
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    Re: 2D CAD Files

    Yes I bought one. Have yet to get it out of the box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 135sohc View Post
    If you do anything with fusion 360... setup a free email and DO NOT give them a real phone #. They will harass you non stop to get you to buy the real version and spend more and more on all the extra's.
    I take it you learned the hard way.

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    Re: 2D CAD Files

    We got a VF3 at work last year and the head engineer got it in his head that fusion 360 was the be all end all... So we all got the trial software and no one liked it. Autodesk called and email several times until they were told to f-off. We use GibbsCAM
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    Re: 2D CAD Files

    Quote Originally Posted by 1BADVAN View Post
    If no one does, this would be a great idea to have a place to collect these for the benefit of the forum. Maybe I should find a cheap / free software to do this

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    I now have a couple of CAD files for the TIII intake and exhaust flange. Would be happy to share with other members. Having a set location to load these to would be great. Maybe the staff can get together and see if it is feasible.

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