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CAD models, automobiles, where to find?

Legend
Legend

Anyone recommend some good CAD file download sites for automobiles? I'm looking for a JKU Jeep Wrangler, searched the grabcad, 3D cadbrowser, etc, nothing out there worth a darn. Wanting to look at making some parts, and using to do some renderings.

 

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Re: CAD models, automobiles, where to find?

Phenom
Phenom

Most of what I found aren't totally accurate, a lot of dummy models that look good, but below the surface there's basically nothing. My boss has a Jeep that we had to make a bunch of parts for.

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Re: CAD models, automobiles, where to find?

Phenom
Phenom

Hi @Trikefreak,

 

try Grabcad.com

 

regards,

Arek

 

edit : seen that you were on grabcad ...

 

 

maybe try to find some blueprints of car parts ?

 

https://www.pinterest.co.uk/kwakman99/mechanical-drawings-blueprints-cad-drawings/?lp=true


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Re: CAD models, automobiles, where to find?

Legend
Legend

@nominus38 wrote:

Most of what I found aren't totally accurate, a lot of dummy models that look good, but below the surface there's basically nothing. My boss has a Jeep that we had to make a bunch of parts for.


The Pirate 4x4 site has a complete CJ7 done up in solidworks with a full set of production drawings and bill of material. 

 

I have seen a few different frames with dummy models for axles and such for YJ and TJ. I have seen a few axle stiffiner models and a few skid plates but not a full jeep for the YJ+

Re: CAD models, automobiles, where to find?

Phenom
Phenom

@Trikefreak wrote:

Anyone recommend some good CAD file download sites for automobiles? I'm looking for a JKU Jeep Wrangler, searched the grabcad, 3D cadbrowser, etc, nothing out there worth a darn. Wanting to look at making some parts, and using to do some renderings.

 


You'll have a hard time finding OEM files on the internet, someone may post a few here & there but doubtful. Anyone that does have them isn't supposed to upload to the internet if they got them thru SEMA.  If you're serious about making parts Join SEMA as a manufacturer member and you'll have access to them. Last I remember it was $700 or so a year.

-Craig