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Ottle
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searching for a mountain cock File

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Hello.

I must mill a mountain cock (Auerhahn in german) but I cant find a good 3D file.

Anybody can help to find this?

Tanks from Ron, Germany

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Ms Wolffie
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Re: searching for a mountain cock File

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All I can find is a picture or three
Image

or this one

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... n-balz.jpg

Cheers
Wolffie
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Ottle
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Re: searching for a mountain cock File

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Hello.

I had take a little Pic and transform it to a dxf file. Then I create a Vcarve Toolpath.

I think its ok

What you think?
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auerh.jpg

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Re: searching for a mountain cock File

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I like it.
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Re: searching for a mountain cock File

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2.5D
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Auerhahn-balzmodel.jpg
Auerhahn-balzBW.jpg

Ottle
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Re: searching for a mountain cock File

Post by Ottle »

Oh, nice.

Which software generate this?

Ron

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Re: searching for a mountain cock File

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Aspire, using Wolffie's picture.

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Re: searching for a mountain cock File

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Ottle wrote:Hello.

I had take a little Pic and transform it to a dxf file. Then I create a Vcarve Toolpath.

I think its ok

What you think?
Ok, I am missing something.. How do you transform a pic to a dxf file?

Thanks,
Dash

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Re: searching for a mountain cock File

Post by figurenholz »

Hello dash

I use the vectoring function in Corel or Vcave. Sometimes the one do it better, sometimes the other works better.

I can help?

Ron

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