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A Richards10-04-2007, 11:29 AMWe have used a solidworks model from 3D content central before. We ended up making our own model in Solidworks. How big is the file? Theres an IGES model of a 5'11' driver reclined to I believe a 40 degree angle, and theres a SW2004 model which can be modified. https://www.turbosquid.com/3d-model/driver-occupation
AirWick09-23-2002, 10:33 PMThe IGES model would be nice, I'm sure it would help. in .obj available in 3DS, BLEND, C4D, DAE, DWG, DXF, FBX, MA, MTL, OBJ, SLDPRT, or STL format. +24 Royalty-free & commercial license premium Driver 3D Models over at CGStudio. .3ds, All rights reserved. Rob Comer10-04-2007, 07:19 AMI haven't looked for a copy of it in a long time.
Good luck! Thanks for offering. L.R. Thanks for the link!!
It could work... I think he originally drew it? Do you have MSN messenger? http://tf3dm.com/3d-models/driver/1/obj Worth checking out if you use pro/e but I would say it would be better to instead make your own driver model to match the intent of your design.
Bookmark removed! Eric Nigel Lavers09-25-2002, 07:30 PMWe've designed our own driver model with pin or ball joint connections to simulate the human joints. To help the Panoz engineering staff along, I made a cad model of Justin for them. http://www.3dcontentcentral.com/3DContentCentral/browse...ls/Part.aspx?id=3302 (http://www.3dcontentcentral.com/3DContentCentral/browse/Humans/User-Library/90/90/Models/Part.aspx?id=3302) http://i197.photobucket.com/albums/aa249/deakinracetechnologies/todd.jpg Todds made from carbon fibre, so ya know his good!
Is this the new car richars?
John Bucknell06-06-2004, 10:53 AMOkay, so I like to noodle and design things on the side, there are some pretty sweet models here (including several human models) -> Solidworks Parts (http://www.zxys.com/swparts/) RagingGrandpa06-08-2004, my company For us the CAD model gets three 'percy' spheres linked with rigid beams to check rule compliance, then people of various sizes in cardboard/wooden mockups to see what's actually comfortable to We got the program from a professor that works doing accident reconstruction. Join the most popular free 3d models site out there, rocking 15684+ 3d models.
I think we made it originally...although he's been around since at least 2003. Adambomb11-18-2007, 02:33 PMWow, I can't believe Todd made it onto Solidworks Central! Good luck- Lucas Weidner Colorado State University Marc Jaxa-Rozen09-23-2002, 08:50 PMWe use CATIA v5's integrated Human Builder module...this enables direct connectivity to our models as well as accurate 95th percentile measurements. Thanks for your rating!
I would be very surprised if "Dude" was 95th percentile. think he works at Rusport now. Ooups! Weidner10-03-2007, 11:03 AMDon't use the Dude model.
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I used it in high school cad and designing courses alot and was given a liscence by my school.
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Dan Lentsch10-04-2007, 12:35 PMYeah todd is a bit better than the other guy.. He has really small feet for his size too, so watch that one. alumasteel10-04-2007, 07:35 AMIf you want a decent driver model, go to http://www.dpcars.net and click on "links" near the top of the page, then scroll to the bottom.. Bookmark removed!
The model was 20 parts if I remember correctly and took only one night to make. I'm pretty sure he did the finger(s) at least. I spent two days making sure it was accurate and it worked out quite well. Ooups!
L.R. Dan Lentsch10-04-2007, 10:39 AMawesome thanks! It offers 95th, 85th, and 75th percentile males as well as females. But does anyone know if the "Dude" model in the first row 3rd from left of http://www.zxys.com/swparts/ is 95th percentile?
Join the most popular free 3d models site out there, rocking 15684+ 3d models. You can specify gender, ethnicity, and percentile of population, etc.. . Email Password Remember me Forgot Password? The database was 95th percentile US male population, he's kind of rotund for a race driver at 6'1 and a half and 220 pounds IIRC.