Another Shapeways modeller

Re: Another Shapeways modeller

Postby Arseny » Mon Feb 07, 2011 4:03 pm

Now, here they are.
I am not sure they are suitable for 3D-printing and are ready to use in Shapeways; I am afraid they need some modification.
If you do it, please, tell me - I would be glad to get 1 or 2...

GAZ-M1 (I am afraid it is GAZ-11-73):

http://arseny.spb.ru/3D/gaz_m1.rar

http://grandikos.com/index.php?area=1&p=product&action=showdetails&id=14

(it is a copy of 1934 Ford Model B, and it was a 100% legal copy - there was the contract between Ford company and Russian government, and GAZ plant got full documentation to produce Ford A, Ford AA truck and Ford B.
GAZ-M1 was slightly modified 1934 Ford Model B )
Later, in 1939-1940, GAZ-M1 was modernized; new model GAZ-11-73 had different exterior and new engine)

ZIS-110:

http://arseny.spb.ru/3D/zis110.rar

http://grandikos.com/index.php?area=1&p=product&action=showdetails&id=17

(it was a copy of 1942 Packard 180, but not the exact copy. But I hope in 1:120 scale it will be almost the same :) )

ZIL-111:

http://arseny.spb.ru/3D/zil111.rar

http://grandikos.com/index.php?area=1&p=product&action=showdetails&id=18

(it was a Packard-style Russian car for the leaders of government and the communist party)

GAZ-69:

http://arseny.spb.ru/3D/gaz69b.rar

http://grandikos.com/index.php?area=1&p=product&action=showdetails&id=12

(it was very popular Russian off-road car, produced in 1953-1972; used not only in the army, but also at the collective farms, for the geologists, etc.)

GAZ-67B:

http://arseny.spb.ru/3D/gaz67b.rar

http://grandikos.com/index.php?area=1&p=product&action=showdetails&id=13

("Russian Jeep". But it was NOT the copy of Willys! It was very popular Russian off-road car, produced in 1943-1953. After the war it was used not only in the army, but also at the collective farms, for the geologists, etc.)
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Re: Another Shapeways modeller

Postby Arseny » Mon Feb 07, 2011 4:16 pm

GAZ-M20 "Pobeda" ("The Victory"):
for 3DMax:

http://arseny.spb.ru/3D/gaz-m20-3d-model.rar
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Re: Another Shapeways modeller

Postby Zs12 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 7:59 am

Too bad, this data type seems to be incompatible with the most CAD programs. Any idea?
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Re: Another Shapeways modeller

Postby Arseny » Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:43 am

lüTTe wrote:Too bad, this data type seems to be incompatible with the most CAD programs. Any idea?


What program do you use?

As I know, OBJ format is compatible with and can be imported in e-Frontier's Poser, Maya, XSI, Blender, MeshLab, Misfit Model 3D, 3D Studio Max, Rhinoceros 3D, Hexagon, CATIA, Newtek Lightwave, Art of Illusion and some else.

If you still have problems, I can try to import it in 3D Studio Max, but a little bit later.
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Re: Another Shapeways modeller

Postby Zs12 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:05 am

I don't use 3D modeling and animation software like 3ds max. I only have access to AutoCAD. This can handle .dxf, .dwg and some other more uncommon file types. My gCAD3D should be able to import .obj files but crashes, if I try it. I'll look around for an alternate.
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Re: Another Shapeways modeller

Postby Arseny » Tue Feb 08, 2011 3:54 pm

Can you import the 3DS Max files?
I've discovered some more 3D-models of American cars of 1950's (such as Buick Century, Chevrolet Bel Air and so on).
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Re: Another Shapeways modeller

Postby Zs12 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 4:08 pm

No, I can't. Marquette ... ?
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Re: Another Shapeways modeller

Postby Marquette » Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:23 pm

What about me?

I don't have any 3D software at all... (though eventually planning to get something or other).

It'd be great, though, if we can figure out how to use these files Arseny has found - I'd be very keen on some 1950s American cars!
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Re: Another Shapeways modeller

Postby ConducTTor » Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:52 pm

Lemme see what I can do with it.....
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Re: Another Shapeways modeller

Postby ConducTTor » Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:57 pm

Alright, I can open these files and export them as a .STL which shapeways uses. I'll take a look and see if they are printable.
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