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    Does anyone know of a source for importable objects for CAD drawings, bearings ,fasteners etc.
    Forty plus years and I still have ten toes, ten fingers and both eyes. I must be doing something right.

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    Reid Tool has CAD drawings available of a lot of the products they sell.
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      Thomas Register has probably thousands of downloadable CAD files (2-D and 3-D) in many formats available on their web site.

      They'll also send you a multi-volume CD-ROM set for free, though it takes quite a while to get that.


      Mike Henry near Chicago


      • #4
        Ditto on the Thomas Register.

        Many manufacturers also have CAD drawings available. Visit their sites or call.

        Paul A.
        Paul A.

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            <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Spin Doctor:
            Does anyone know of a source for importable objects for CAD drawings, bearings ,fasteners etc.</font>
            Try They have both a CD and a web page you can down load just about any thing
            I use Qcad 7 and it has the most standard parts


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              At work we use a lot of 2d and 3d cad files from the McMaster Carr web site.