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post #16 of 27
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Cool.. Thanks Sakarns!!!!
 

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I've worked with CNC machinists who use DWG files.  Autocad can handle 3D data, it's just not surface based like most, but rather boundary based.  Given that CNC is a subtractive process, its perfectly reasonable to use boundary data.

 

I'll get working on the 3D model.  I should be able to have it done by the end of the week.  

post #17 of 27

Hey qubyts, 

 

I've got a good hold on the model, just have a couple or questions / improvements.  Ask your CNC guy if they'll do wood as well - would be nice to make the inner cup out of wood and the outer portion out of alu. I'll also model the c-clip that holds the cup in place and the rod blocks, would be great to have them milled out of alu as well.  That all sound good to you?

 

Thanks,

Sean

post #18 of 27

I can do some CAD work. What do you need?

post #19 of 27
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Originally Posted by sakarns View Post

Hey qubyts, 

 

I've got a good hold on the model, just have a couple or questions / improvements.  Ask your CNC guy if they'll do wood as well - would be nice to make the inner cup out of wood and the outer portion out of alu. I'll also model the c-clip that holds the cup in place and the rod blocks, would be great to have them milled out of alu as well.  That all sound good to you?

 

Thanks,

Sean


The whole model will be made in wood :) but yeah the holder and rods would also be awesome :)

 



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I can do some CAD work. What do you need?



The exact model of the a pair of Grado's (sr60i--sr325i) :)

post #20 of 27

I have neither. Sorry... If someone manages to send me a sketch with dimensions I can try my best!

post #21 of 27
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GRADO SR80i - Cover.png

post #22 of 27

I'll whip up an AutoCAD 2010 (student edition) model tomorrow. 

 

Unit's in mm? It looks like you already made a model. What program?

post #23 of 27
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This is actually from a head-fi post. I tried to pm the user that made it but got no answer....So i have no idea what program it was made on..

Here's the link to the post.

 

Here's the post.


http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/119314/post-your-grado-mods/1215#post_6955604

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I'll whip up an AutoCAD 2010 (student edition) model tomorrow. 

 

Unit's in mm? It looks like you already made a model. What program?

post #24 of 27

Finally got round to doing a quick model of the outer cup, could do with further information if you want me to do a front spacer.

 

The files are here have included the original solidworks part, then STL and IGES the machinist should be fine with one of the two latter files.

 

http://www.mediafire.com/?682hyr9zp2qaz

post #25 of 27

I'm sorry I haven't had a chance to get to it. I've been quite busy and sick lately. Tomorrow?

post #26 of 27
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No worries :) We now have the cups model. Thanks Simwells. Now we're just missing the driver casing with the distancer modeled in :)
 

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I'm sorry I haven't had a chance to get to it. I've been quite busy and sick lately. Tomorrow?

post #27 of 27

Well I whipped it together really quickly, (about four minutes haha) you may want to check it... just email me at mdraluck23@gmail.com if you want it. 

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