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post #15481 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Shiggins View Post
Hey all,

A while back people were asking for a CAD of the scout so here is a teaser of an ongoing project.



I'm slowly CADing the scout (on my scout) so that eventually I can export it to sketchup for the rest of you to use. I'll let you know when school gives me the free time to finish it.

Oh Shiggins.. You have me salivating.. I can't wait to make you one of my Newest officers. Finish the project and you will be Major Shiggins.



Edited by Enigma8750 - 11/28/10 at 7:42pm
    
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Right now I am working in Solidworks. I'm planning on first exporting it as a .STL file so that I can then convert it to .SKP . That way people can view it in google sketchup since that program is free unlike most CAD software.

Shiggins. Are we going to be able to use this on Google Sketchup.. Please if you can.. Please. So we all can play with it.



Your rendering makes me wonder what a solid aluminum Scout with a black shining finish would look like.. I love the way this is going.. I am so excited about using this new Model for our Fit checks.

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Right now I am working in Solidworks. I'm planning on first exporting it as a .STL file so that I can then convert it to .SKP . That way people can view it in google sketchup since that program is free unlike most CAD software.
STL files I can handle... I can most files... as long as they are not unigraphics... translator costs to much for how little it is used in my line of work.

I can open most type of files in MasterCam at work or go up to the engineering room and open it in Pro-E and convert it into something I can use...

That really is some nice work you have done so far! I cannot wait to see how it comes out!
Edited by rfjunkie - 11/28/10 at 10:43pm
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Shiggins, are you measuring this beast by hand or are you scaling off an image of the case? That model looks crazy good and very time consuming. Let me know if you need some help with some of the less complex parts. I've done years of CATIA modeling, and believe I can convert to Solidworks.
    
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I just bought myself the Storm Scout off newegg.ca for $59.00 (with $10 mail-in) and free shipping and I'm psyched to get working on it. This will be for my next build in January
When did this happen....why does this always....AAARRRGGGHHH!!!

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Better make space in the garage fast.
1. to protect your car from the weather.
and
2. to protect it from theft.

I had the rust check done on my jeep cherokee and they sprayed the entire underneath, all the nooks and crannys, with a rust resistant gel like spray.
And I painted the underneath with rubberized asphalt.
It is totally worth it to protect your car from rust and salt
Haven't read anything yet cause I was out there cleaning the Garage today! Marsha, my painter friend, her hubby Jason and granddaughter/ great grandson all came over.

First things first. Last night Mindy went shopping for me. Ok, calm down, it's pretty rare but it does happen. Then since the average temp for 24 hours has been around 18f, she goes to Starbucks, to get herself a coffee, none for me. We have an 07 Chrysler Sebring, power mirrors, er, power mirror. Yeah, she's not used to driving & she went through the drive through & bang, there goes the power mirror! Oh Man!!! I said, well, you know who's allowance that's coming out of! I don't even know where to try & get one other than the dealer! Anyone know a good place online?? All I get is the whole mirror, I just need the part between the car & the mirror assembly.

Ok, the Garage, picked up the towers that some idiot put on thier backs instead of standing up to use them. The towers are these huge Oak cabinets that my dad painted white. That's right, he painted real oak with cheap white paint, then I dis-owned him! I will eventually strip it & re-do it with semi gloss urethane. So, we moved the towers, threw out all the empty boxes, moved the front screen storm door so I can start fixing it, got the entertainment center ready to move tomorrow & put a whole bunch of stuff in the house. After the entertainment center is in & I cut the back panel for the bathroom cabinet, I should be able to put the car in there & still have room to work. The front handicap ramp is out there & I should be able to finish I move that once the bathroom is done. So, here's a couple of pics, honest now, it's a lot cleaner than it was!!

Oh, cars don't rust here, too dry. There are cars out in the desert that are 25 years old with no rust! I do want to change the oil, clean it up, put synthetic wax on it, clean the seats, stuff like that. The undercoating you mention, I had 4 cans of it, it really quiets a car! I can't find them now, may have given them away.


Ok, that's the right half, see my red tool box towards the big door, the wood that's on the immediate right of the pic.... well, some is wood, some is drywall, some is the counter top that will go in the bathroom. Most of the stuff down the middle will end up on the curb or Craigslist. The cyberpower box is full of paper recycling, last month I had close to 250lbs!


That's the left side, see where the ladder is leaning, those are the oak towers, my dad had them bolted together, I might do that after I re-finish them but right now they need to be filled with a lot of this junk! See the little cabinet on top? That goes over the refridgerator, then there's a yellowish cabinet to the right, the footers rotted out, the whole thing is particle board, I was going to cut it up & use it for other projects then Jason said, put it upside down & use it here. TaDa!!! Then under the ladder you can see some grey legs, that's my folding table saw! It will be out & open tomorrow.
Dead Center in front is a huge sheet, that's particle board for the bathroom cabinet, right at the bottom is the piece I have to make, er, copy. What it's leaning against is the Entertainment center that Marsha is coming over tomorrow to help me move & set up. BTW, it's oak, the towers that go on each side are oak, our armoire is oak, the bedroom entertainment center is oak, Mindy's dresser is oak. Why Why Why!!!! Oak is so D#Mn Heavy!!

Well, since you asked, here's what I've been working on for a week, the master bath cabinet, counter, sink, these pieces have been primered with B.I.N. primer, waterproof, mold proof, it will never rot again!


Now! Computers. Here is Mindys' Scout in the new office, this is her old desk, haven't got the new one yet. Pardon the mess, we've been real busy!


Here's my desk with my Haf Blue, custom, water cooled, also a mess :

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Shiggins, are you measuring this beast by hand or are you scaling off an image of the case? That model looks crazy good and very time consuming. Let me know if you need some help with some of the less complex parts. I've done years of CATIA modeling, and believe I can convert to Solidworks.
Yep, it is all measured. I've got my dial calipers, a pair of 6" machinists rules, and other assorted measuring devices so that we get the right distances for sure (or at least pretty close). For some crazy shaped stuff like the window, I have been using a photo copy of the actual thing as that's more accurate than measuring in those cases.

Thanks for the offer, but I'm gonna be trying to get it all done myself. I'm using it as good practice/a piece for my portfolio as a MechE. Only a few more semesters til I need to find a real job . If you really wanted, you could always CAD things like fans/the inserts for the 5.25" bays and HDD cage. I wasn't planning on doing those right off the bat, but someone might want them down the line.

@Brisleep: That picture on your computer looks familiar
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What sort of file are you going to be exporting it out as? IGES, STEP or something else??? What software are you using to do your CAD work? Almost looks like Pro-E to me...... Really nice work there! I know how time consuming drawing something up like that can be.
Interesting. I d/l'ed a 3D program a while ago, installed today, d/l'ed a CAD program about a week ago, just installed today. Now, I just need a lot of tiny white balls, an automated sketching program & one of those sweet 3D cameras. Maybe I can borrow one?

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Yes using stockcooler, but have one of those xigmatic(or something like that) from my old PC - why anyways?
Oh, just had a few problems with a few short outs on a few different coolers. No big!

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Wow gone for 4 days and a lot has gone one. To all the people with new build they look great.



Someone knows what they are doing.
Yeah, imagine coming back after working for 3 months straight! Yes, the new builds look great & really love the Scout Kev_b!!

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When did this happen....why does this always....AAARRRGGGHHH!!!

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Don't panic! Newegg.ca, or anything .ca is from Canada eh? I accidentally typed in homedepot.ca one day & freaked! I thought we hit a full blown depression overnight!

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Yep, it is all measured. I've got my dial calipers, a pair of 6" machinists rules, and other assorted measuring devices so that we get the right distances for sure (or at least pretty close). For some crazy shaped stuff like the window, I have been using a photo copy of the actual thing as that's more accurate than measuring in those cases.

Thanks for the offer, but I'm gonna be trying to get it all done myself. I'm using it as good practice/a piece for my portfolio as a MechE. Only a few more semesters til I need to find a real job . If you really wanted, you could always CAD things like fans/the inserts for the 5.25" bays and HDD cage. I wasn't planning on doing those right off the bat, but someone might want them down the line.

@Brisleep: That picture on your computer looks familiar
Yeah, I've seen that pic somewhere before, now where was it??
Oh, did you see a few days ago? I have a digital protractor!

Holy Moly!! This has to be the most brightly colored mobo I've ever seen, rep+ just for that dude: http://www.overclock.net/intel-build...ml#post2293715
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actually, it's $59.99 on newegg.com right now without rebate:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...6&nm_mc=CM2010

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