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What Cam software you using?

Discussion in 'CAD /CNC Forum' started by GSNadmin, Aug 3, 2016.

   
  1. Snoopy1

    Snoopy1 640cc Uber Pimp

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    Thank you for that will spend some looking through the site see what I can find to get me through one concept. Once I get the hang of I will designing some new planes for my self. Spent many years in start of my career in the engineering department on the board. The last drawing I made was in 1991. Thanks.
     
  2. I am a long time Mastercam user
     
  3. Rhino 3D mainly... Working on learning Fusion 360 for the CAM side of things.
     
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  4. Jetpainter

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    That's a good looking airplane in your avatar.
     
  5. Thx Jetpainter... My own design, all balsa and ply, glassed and painted...
     

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  6. Snoopy1

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    Nice job good looking plane. Do you compete with the plane or did you do just for enjoyment.
     
  7. Thank you, Snoopy1... This started out as just a one-off sport plane for myself, but it gained some interest when I entered it at the Toledo Show this year. As a minimum I'll be making the plans available in the future.
     
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  8. Jetpainter

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    Very cool! After I finished my last scratch build from my own plans I was going to do a 50cc pattern airplane, but I've change my mind so may times it's ridiculous. Sport plane, bi-plane, pattern plane.:oblong:

    20171001_102404_resized.jpg Pattern Designs.jpg Spark Formers.jpg Spark.jpg
     
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  9. BalsaDust

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    All I know is AutoCAD and in 2D. Would love to learn the 3D side of it and most likely will as I'm starting to work my way into the engineering department at work.
     
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  10. MikeJM

    MikeJM New to GSN!

    Cambam
     
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