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Old 01-29-2005, 11:03 PM   #1
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Yay first post....


Made this in Inventor one day when I was bored.... Attempting to make headers, but when I loft (extrude along path), it gets rid of the rest of my 3-d sketch. I may just find some way of making each part individually and combining them in an assembly somehow...

There's a pretty primitive muffler attached to this, but I didn't see a need to show that. Just LMK if you want to see the whole system.

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Id like to see the whole system. It looks pretty nice only thing that is a bit odd.. well not odd but not needed I guess you can say is the reflection. I think it would look nice in a flat colour for now or maybe a chrome but not an outdoors reflective chrome. Now what I mean?
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Looks good man. Nice job. I'll try something of the sort in SW and see how it turns out.
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Whole system.



Headers sketch....

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did u try doing the headers with the sweep command? and exhaust system, you making a whole car or something? I tried that, but gave up...
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Originally posted by nasTone@Jan 29 2005, 11:37 PM
Looks good man. Nice job. I'll try something of the sort in SW and see how it turns out.
eh man, i just got SWs and i was wondering, when u do like rims and stuph do u use all the view work plans or do u just use one???
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did u try doing the headers with the sweep command? and exhaust system, you making a whole car or something? I tried that, but gave up...
I would, but...


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but when I loft (extrude along path), it gets rid of the rest of my 3-d sketch.
and it took me a long time to make that sketch. Its not hard to actually draw, but setting up the work planes so that the lines actually connect (and thus snap) its a bit of a bizzizzle.
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You mean work planes? If you do mean that, no, I only work in one plane at a time. Unless I am adding chamfers or fillets. In that case, I just revolve the model and add them where they are needed. Anything else, let me know.
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nice... i like it
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