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Better NEMA17 Stepper Motor drawing for SketchUp

Discussion in 'Share Parts' started by Ronald van Arkel, May 1, 2015.

  1. Ronald van Arkel

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    I just could not stand it any more, the NEMA17 stepper motor just needed to be drawn a bit more exact, less useless lines around it and so on. No idea where the the "old" drawing came form but it didn't show the LDO motor we use.

    This model isn't finished as I'm no expert in the follow me tool in sketchup... Man is that a pain in the... I will put the connector on it in the next hours but wanted to show you the results for now:

    openbuilds_nema17_motor_v0_8.png

    -Ronald
    OpenBuilds México
     
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  2. Ronald van Arkel

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    openbuilds_nema17_motor_v0_9.png

    Enjoy! ;)

    -Ronald
    OpenBuilds México
     

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  3. Ronald van Arkel

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    By the way, found out that the follow me tool doesn't like small drawings, so, make sure you draw a M3 screw 10 times as big screw and then scale it down to the right size. Also arcs don't like small drawings... go figure, just took me 2 hours fighting with my PC... and my PC won... crap...
     
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    Thanks for the model brother!
     
  5. Mark Carew

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    Hey guys don't forget you can download the latest versions of the OpenBuilds SketchUp models (Props go to Ronald for working them up in SketchUp :thumbsup:) in the Models Resource for SketchUp
     
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    Thank you.
     
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