10 Interesting CAD Models From the GrabCAD Community Library
We take another deep dive into the GrabCAD Community Library to scope out some of our favorite CAD models of late:
A robot ironically reading a “Robot Building for Dummies” book.
This render of a tattoo machine was made in SOLIDWORKS and rendered in KeyShot.
Check out this shiny render of a robot with a camera mounted on its back. We think it looks eerily similar to the spider drones in minority report.
This sofa is dedicated to a dear friend of the engineer who designed it.
This wheel loader would be useful on any construction site.
This cool model of a 3D printer is designed with a metal chassis in mind. Ahmed Yasser says this model is currently in the prototyping phase. We can't wait to see what the final build looks like!
V6 Engine design made with SOLIDWORKS by GrabCAD Community member Ramy Amer.
This nicely rendered hand drill has two speeds. We're not sure which speed we would select, but we could absolutely use one of these around the office.
The large blade consists of 3 segments. The blades are hollow with built in drainage for deep sea dives. Modeled in AutoCAD.
Construction Elevator Lift
With a 100-meter range, this Construction Elevator can help you haul materials up a few stories.
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