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    3D Models

    Got to thinking about making a little waterproof tight box to go over my batteries so they don't get ruined this winter and wanted to make a little sketch for it, but I can't draw anything worth crap so I thought a 3D model would be much better and more accurate.
    So my question is, what models do you guys use?
    I would prefer it to be free.

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    EMachine shop would work well for that.
    No slipper/tall gearing/power = broken parts.

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    would you be able to do 3d rendering with Gimp? i honestly dont know thats im half asking half suggesting

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    I have found Google Sketchup.. It's awesome!!
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    Free cad might work. If your a student you can get creo and inventor for free. Auto cad might work for ya too.

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    Ill be glad to make some cad files for you. If you can draw it out and dimension it ill draw it up for you. I have inventor


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