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BARK 05-12-2005 10:07 PM

This is a designated CAD file thread. (RC related)
Sharing, discussing, displaying your latest “legitimate” drawings.
The threads purpose is to appear in searches so you dumb newbies can find what is available on the board. As soon as I can consolidate my files I will try to make the avail able. If I recall correctly there are quite a few MEs on the board.
Spill it!

BARK 05-12-2005 10:08 PM

Any one have a Pede tranny available?

BUBBA069 05-13-2005 06:55 AM

I have some stuff, not in a line drawing, mainly 3d autocad. I will make a list and some screen shots tonight when I get home. I do know one is the pede tranny.

RCHunter 05-13-2005 12:56 PM

I have a few clod and maxx based tube frame designs mostly in 3d also.




Gimbal 05-13-2005 01:34 PM

The cool 3d stuff blows mine away, but here you go anyway...

Old replica tube racer I designed...

By boys ride...

I have some 2d parts drawings, but don't know how accurate they are... I only draw stuff as accurate as it needs to be for me :lol:

BYUKID 05-13-2005 03:07 PM

I have Revo parts drawn in solidworks. Trans, bearing, tie rods, differ, drive shaft, knuckles, savage shocks, servos. so if you wold like them just say the word.

WRMorrison 05-13-2005 06:52 PM

I've got a friend who does a lot of reverse-engineering, and he's got an optical comparator due to arrive any day. Once it gets here, I'm getting the measurements of my stock TXT side plates. Once I have all the measurements, I'll write a CAD file and a program. I'll post the files when they're done if anyone wants/needs 'em. Also, I'm going to make some for myself and to sell (after I get off my duff and pay for the blue star :lol: ). Only mine will be w/o holes (to avoid any chance of infringement, and also to allow placement up to the end user) and be made from .125 T6 6061 instead of the stock .250. This way, I can shave half the weight of the side plates just by using my own plates! Plus, it will look exactly like stock side plates when viewed from the side.

NeoSlayer888 05-13-2005 08:29 PM

Full scale 2005 .dwg of a Hendrix X-Chassis measurements are not 100% accurate but could still be useful for a small scale project.
Click to download

NeoSlayer888 05-13-2005 08:32 PM


Originally Posted by BYUKID
I have Revo parts drawn in solidworks. Trans, bearing, tie rods, differ, drive shaft, knuckles, savage shocks, servos. so if you wold like them just say the word.

Could you please post the tranny, diff, and drive shaft?

BYUKID 05-13-2005 10:40 PM

I can't upload the drawings so if you would like them e-mail me brettbrett73@aol.com

BUBBA069 05-15-2005 04:13 PM

parts that I have in 3d, click on it for bigger pic.


and the 4x4 pede that I was thinking of making


TwistedCreations 05-15-2005 05:39 PM

why not put this in the tools and procedure catagory :?

BUBBA069 05-15-2005 07:53 PM

Autocad 2000, many of lunches spent at my desk.

powertuned 05-15-2005 08:47 PM

any one with a drawing of a txt-1 chassis with all the measurements?

BARK 05-15-2005 09:45 PM


Originally Posted by TwistedCreations
why not put this in the tools and procedure catagory :?

I think this is more "General" than tools. So I thought Gen Crawlers would be appropriate.
3D modeling is a tool & procedure, but it is also much more.

BUBBA069 05-17-2005 07:24 AM

I have had may years to play with it. I have been using autocad for almost 13-14 years now. I started learning with version 10.

I have used solidworks before, 3d will be very easy compared to autocad. use the tutorials, it will make your life much easier. If you dont then pick up a thing of aspirin you will need it.

NeoSlayer888 05-17-2005 08:05 PM


My full scale SolidWorks tuber, based on the X-chassis. The 4-Link is fully functional.

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